Adams calls for neighborhood cleanups in wake of sanitation cuts

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams yesterday called for a series of neighborhood corridor cleanups and strengthening security around known illegal dumping sites to counter cuts to the Department of Sanitation (DSNY) budget, resulting in reduced staff, trash can collection, curbside composting, and the closing of special waste sites in the city.

Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams walks along garbage strewn Farragut Road to call for more community cleanups in the wake of Department of Sanitation budget cuts. Photo by Ariama C. Long Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams yesterday called for a series of neighborhood corridor cleanups and strengthening security around […]

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