Plastic garbage bags were dumped on this debris pile in Coconut Grove, but trash is not supposed to be mixed with vegetative debris and won't be collected.
Plastic garbage bags were dumped on this debris pile in Coconut Grove, but trash is not supposed to be mixed with vegetative debris and won't be collected. Sofia Viglucci
Plastic garbage bags were dumped on this debris pile in Coconut Grove, but trash is not supposed to be mixed with vegetative debris and won't be collected. Sofia Viglucci

Wanna wait longer for that pile of Irma debris to be picked up? Throw trash into it.

October 07, 2017 06:00 AM

UPDATED October 06, 2017 08:08 PM

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