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A decision has been made by the city to street-sweep the 1000 block of 22nd Street just one side of the street — weekly. No other side streets are scheduled weekly except for 22nd Street.

Emails with city-council president Ben Hueso's office first said it was a citizens’ petition that prompted the city to provide the service. Subsequent emails stated the regular street-sweeping had been scheduled.

So, fellow citizens, pass a petition along for your neighbors to sign and get your street swept. All it takes is 50 percent of the property owners on your street. Great to see the city expanding services in these tough times.

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SpliffAdamz_ March 12, 2009 @ 9:27 a.m.

What they do? Sweep the trash to the other side of the street that they are not going to clean. May be that street is dirty because the people on that street are too damm lazy to clean up after themselves. Way to go wasting more taxpayers dollars!!!


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