Time to Clean Again

Just a fair warning.  The images in this blog post may get you sick to your stomach.  If you just ate or are planning on eating any time in the next week you may not want to view some of these photos.

 

I woke up this morning and walked down my street and then walked down a few other streets, including Williams Street.  As I walked I took a few pictures which I will post here now.

 

The word disgusting would almost be a complement to what this area looks like now.

 

Back of Zeliff Ave. Little Falls

Back of Zeliff Ave. Little Falls

Huge chunk of road missing on Zeliff Ave.

Huge chunk of road missing on Zeliff Ave.

Phil Simone Cleaning the Roads

Phil Simone Cleaning the Roads manually. Thank You Phil!

I turned the corner and went around to the park to get a few shots of whatever garbage floated into there.  Not pretty, really not pretty.

 

The Park Garbage

The Park Garbage

 

Port-a-Potty in Park

Yes, that is a port-a-potty on its side in the park.

 

More Park Garbage

More Park Garbage

 

Bucket Loader Dropping Garbage into Truck

Bucket Loader Dropping Garbage into Truck

 

Family photo lost in the flood

Family photo lost in the flood

I turned and went down Williams Street, which was horrific looking when the flood water was there late last week. The garbage was all over the place but the bucket loader was getting as much as it could as fast as it could.  I was told that the bucket loader actually started picking the trash up from the road at 12:45AM this morning and worked through the night this time.  Here are a few shots of some that hadn’t been cleaned up yet.

 

Garbage against Williams St. house

Garbabage against Williams St. house

 

Paint cans and construction debris

Paint cans and construction debris

 

Nails on the road

There are nails all over the road on Williams St.

 

Torn up yard

Yard torn up from bucket loaders

 

That last image of the yard that was torn up from the bucket loaders isn’t something that can really be helped.  The bucket loaders need to get around and get that garbage so the rest of the clean up can begin.

Good luck fellow residents, I’m sure I’ll be coming around to get pictures of everything when cleanup is complete.

 

~NFM

 

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