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posted: 5/12/2014 5:01 AM

Road crews leaving plastic clutter behind

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I drive a lot, and occasionally see a plastic bag dangling from something. During those same trips, I have noticed much more plastic in road construction traffic cones and the orange warning lights on the saw-horses. So, the same governments that are limiting our freedom of choice in packaging are polluting our sightlines with plastic items. Perhaps, future street/road contracts could include a provision that the crews could clean up plastic and all other litter, at no additional cost to taxpayers.

Greg Gdowski

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