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Old 10-24-2012, 05:39 PM
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Originally Posted by canuck View Post
Not so sure it's purposely broken bottles in the bike lane.

I find that after recycling day there tends to be more glass on the roads in general due to the recycling truck.

The sections of Hall mentioned do have residential properties and garbage/recycling pickup.
You'd think that the recycler's desire to be paid more (and they are paid by the pound) would encourage cleanliness.

Is there a fine/fee structure for recouping cleanup costs from automotive crashes? I only assume that most of the non ceramic debris is automotive. I get the feeling that I should take pictures of all traffic crashes (with license plates prominent) so when I enforcement the responsible municipality they are more likely to do the work because there is someone they can defer the costs upon.
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