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HILLVIEW — Residents throughout the county have probably seen people driving around the night that garbage is set out for the next day’s pickup by haulers.
Most don’t really care if the cruising pickup trucks and trailers root through their junk and trash.
Unfortunately, all the things picked out by the collectors aren’t salvaged and they find their way back to dumpsters.
In the city of Hillview, mayor Jim Eadens said the dumpster collection at the public works garage is over $30,000 annually.
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