Clyde Pickett has lived at his property northeast of town for 43 years. These days, he has to contend with trash flying onto his land.
About a decade ago, the city built its transfer station next to Pickett’s property, and since then, people living in the area have complained about garbage ending up on their land.
Of course, the problem gets much worse this time of year when the winds pick up.
Last week, Pickett took a reporter to his fence line. All along were bags and other pieces of garbage that clung to the barbed wire.
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