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Recycling littering Northland neighborhood leads to petitionOver the last few weeks, we've had high winds and it's been causing a mess in parts of the Northland with litter everywhere. Now, there's a petition to change the way the city collects recycling.
Over the last few weeks, we've had high winds and it's been causing a mess in parts of the Northland with litter everywhere. Now, there's a petition to change the way the city collects recycling.
I live in this area. It's a lot of unemployed housewives and elderly people living off benefits that complain about every little thing. The other day, a few recycle bins blew over and they had a fit.Yet none of those complainers are out pickling the recycling out of the trees or the park.
How dare they complain about anything, like you are doing right now, jackoff.
Typical geriatrics. They are the worst. Always bitching about everything. Just look at this blog. They have nothing else to do.
^^^^^^So why are you here?
They need recycle bin's like what we use in Shawnee County, KS. Our bin's have lids on them.
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Once again Channel 5, BUY A DAMN MAP!If your reporter was in the Woodneath neighborhood, she was in Kansas City, MO. and not in "North Kansas City" as she said several times.I realize that Channel 5 is a Kansas-based TV station and had little or no real connection to Kansas City, but if they are going to claim to report on Kansas City issues, they need to gain some conception of where Kansas City is. Otherwise, stick to reporting only Kansas news.Now, that said, it is HILARIOUS that the City now says that residents can have lids on their recycling containers, since every release from them regarding recycling has always specified "Open Containers placed at the curb". Now, suddenly faced with a petition, they have done a fast 180!Oh, and Woodneathers, get your asses outside and pick up your trash the way the rest of us in the Northland have to!
When trash is allowed to accumulate and blow around the street, it becomes an invitation for others to add to the mess. Pretty soon the whole area looks like a trash heap. The "complainers" are trying to head off the problem before it becomes a disaster. Thank your neighbors instead of blasting them. And while you're at it, pick up the trash and do a good deed for a change.
I tied my recycled down with bungy cords and worked like a charm after picking up neighbor crap a few times. Even to poor recycle workers tried to pick up the crap. Covered bins would be a great answer, but KCMO doesn't care about basic services only trains and shiny new stuff.
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