Storm brews in Pleasant View over temporary green waste pile (UT)

As a pile of green waste continues to grow in size, tensions also mount between residents in the Park Springs Circle Subdivision and Pleasant View city officials.  The mounting pile of tree limbs, drying leaves and whatnot has been accumulating since this spring’s windstorm on nearby land donated to the city by the homeowners association. At the time, city officials allowed area residents to dump their green waste there as a temporary holding area. But time dragged on, the pile remains, and residents say dumping continues.   Read the article……………


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