Ossie Randle picks up trash in his neighborhood. His neighborhood is surrounded by mounds of trash. And several times a week, he heads out with giant bags to collect it. He wants the city of North Miami to do a better job, like the neighboring village of Miami Shores, at taking care of public streets and sidewalks.
Ossie Randle picks up trash in his neighborhood. His neighborhood is surrounded by mounds of trash. And several times a week, he heads out with giant bags to collect it. He wants the city of North Miami to do a better job, like the neighboring village of Miami Shores, at taking care of public streets and sidewalks. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Ossie Randle picks up trash in his neighborhood. His neighborhood is surrounded by mounds of trash. And several times a week, he heads out with giant bags to collect it. He wants the city of North Miami to do a better job, like the neighboring village of Miami Shores, at taking care of public streets and sidewalks. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

On a trash tour: Litter prompts North Miami man to take action

August 19, 2015 06:11 PM

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