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Letter: Trash being left every night needs to stop

James Roberts writes:
I've written about this before and it got better for a while - the amount of trash left overnight by groups hanging out in the IGA parking lot. You would think that their parents would have taught them better manners than this. Apparently not!

I hope that they see what their offspring are doing when they come to town to visit their friends. We are somewhat of a tourist town being between two lake systems. It's shameful to have our town looking any such way. Maybe some policing of the areas where they hang out and if nothing else they shouldn't be loitering after hours if this is the best they can do.

I know it's business property but there needs to be some control of the situation. If the parents can't point them in the right direction then maybe the police can. Just my take on the situation, James Roberts




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Writer says, "stop the littering!"



2022-06-01 - Columbia, KY - Photo by James Roberts.
James Roberts writes, "You can see in the picture the amount of trash left overnight by groups hanging out in the IGA parking lot. You would think that their parents would have taught them better manners than this. Apparently not!"

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