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Norwalk, CT - Norwalk needs to emptyy this trash can.This trash can had a fire recently burning the liner out and it has sat there building a stench in downtown Sono.Calls to have it cleaned up have been ignored.

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Norwalk needs to emptyy this trash can.This trash can had a fire recently burning the liner out and it has sat there building a stench in downtown Sono.Calls to have it cleaned up have been ignored.

Picture posted by Jimmy Olsen on Jul 08 '11

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Jimmy Olsen

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Jul 8, 2011
Its now been reported this has been like this for over two weeks anyone know for sure?
Tom Patch

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jul 8, 2011
Forget the trash look at the sidewalk and brick work,whoever did that job should never have been paid that lip is a suit waiting to happen.Where were the city inspectors?
Vote McQuaid

Brooklyn, NY

#3 Jul 8, 2011
Mayor Richard Moccia said, "It's amazing how many people don't consider cigarette butts as litter.... If you're going to smoke, don't litter. The only butts we would like to see are citizens walking by and shopping, so don't put that on the ground."

amazing how many don't see the trash as litter once it hits the ground after it is put in the trash can.

Its also amazing how Norwalk puts up with this Mayor.
Vote McQuaid

Brooklyn, NY

#4 Jul 8, 2011
What can be said the city is a friggin joke,more pictures of this series will surfice showing time and time again this $1500 shoukd of been given to McQuaid money to run for Mayor.

a $1,500 grant from the Stamford-based organization Keep America Beautiful, A cigarette litter prevention program will first focus on Norwalk's beaches, lakefronts and waterways, where volunteers have set up lighthouse-themed cigarette butt waste buckets.

Laminated signs picturing half-smoked cigarettes strewn about the ground will also be posted near the ballparks and washrooms at Calf Pasture Beach, where litter has been a growing nuissance.

The second phase of the program calls on the SoNo business community to participate in keeping Washington Street clean and clear of cigarette butts.

Mayor Richard A. Moccia said litter and speeding are the two biggest complaints his office receives from residents. He reminded smokers that Norwalk has an anti-litter ordinance that gives city officials the power to levy fines.

calls on the SoNo business community to participate in keeping Washington Street clean and clear of cigarette butts.
Niikk

Stamford, CT

#5 Jul 9, 2011
what do you expect from black people?

animals.

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