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On Wednesday, August 19, 1998, Wayne A. Strnad was told about a neighborhood located near the old Zenith building -- specifically Dickens and McVicker. Here is what we saw.
Mounds of dirt recently dumped.
Heavy machinery is used to move mounds of dirt around
Stagnant water gets filled with other chemicals from dumping.
Northeast corner of dump site.
Mounds of dirt measure 25-30 feet high.
2' sewers are left unattended and then broken in cleanup.
Tires litter the site.
Bolders of concrete.
Propane tanks are left unattended.
Rear of trailer behind tires.
Playground for children as seen from dump site.
Playground - another view.
Bulldozer sits abandoned.
Concrete slabs abound, amidst dirt.
Large trailer sits behind heavy equipment
Northwest corner - overview.
Children Playground seen from residents lawn.
Children Playground - another view.
Southwest corner of dump site.
Southwest corner - view 2.
Residue oil container spotted on site.
Broken glass litters the site.
Burned bulldozer as seen from back.
Clay tiles are scattered.
Unmarked 5 gallon containers are left unattended.
Wood is scattered across the site.
Burned bulldozer with broken glass.
Dirt and water don't mix.
Local residents complain about this site.
Another local view.
Inside children's playground.
Little playset for children located across from dump site.
This photo documentary provides information on what was actually happening in the area.
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Running for Office
How to get on the ballot.
How to write a petition.