Garbage is piling up on NYC sidewalks attracting rats and raccoons after the sanitation department’s budget was cut https://trib.al/LH76UM8
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|Trash piles up as New York sanitation budget cut by $106m|
Trash, trash and more trash has been accumulating across New York City after the budget of the sanitation department was cut by more than $100million.
Photos have captured bags filled with leftover food scraps, cans and bottles piled high on sidewalks or overflowing out of corner litter baskets.
Dead rats have been found among the waste and raccoons have been spotted climbing out of garbage cans.
It comes after City Hall slashed $106 million from the sanitation department’s budget, which reduced pickup for trash cans by 60 percent, reported CBS 2 New York.
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