Public works employees toss bedding into a garbage truck in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., in 2012, a week after Superstorm Sandy roared through. Some garbage trucks leave or trail debris, and a Sound Off reader wonders why they’re not ticketed for littering.
Public works employees toss bedding into a garbage truck in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., in 2012, a week after Superstorm Sandy roared through. Some garbage trucks leave or trail debris, and a Sound Off reader wonders why they’re not ticketed for littering. Wayne Parry AP File
Public works employees toss bedding into a garbage truck in Point Pleasant Beach, N.J., in 2012, a week after Superstorm Sandy roared through. Some garbage trucks leave or trail debris, and a Sound Off reader wonders why they’re not ticketed for littering. Wayne Parry AP File

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