Photo: Diane Edwardson, April 13, 2013. A month or two ago, ago a Brazilian Pepper Tree in Red Car Canyon was butchered after a branch broke. Since then, the pile of debris has been growing with other garbage dumped in the canyon.
NOTE TO LAKE VIEW AVE NEIGHBORS: Look behind your fence! Paint over the graffiti. You're not helping the "broken window" effect by ignoring what happens on the other side of your fence.
Photo: Diane Edwardson, April 13, 2013. Allesandro Way at Earl St. A couch and mattress have awaited pick up on this part of Allesandro Way for months. They seem to have migrated to the intersection of Earl St because the City won't pick up just any old mattress & couch without an address, no matter how many times the neighbors call it in. (They wouldn't want to pick up the wrong couch & mattress!)
Photo: Diane Edwardson, April 13, 2013. A box spring awaits a new home at the corner of Oak Glen & Allesandro Way. Again, with no address, it may have a long wait.
Photo: Diane Edwardson, April 13, 2013. One of several Christmas Trees still lining the "sidewalk" on the 2 Freeway side of Allesandro Street - this one is between Walcott & Whitmore.
Don't dump your trash in our neighborhood - or any other neighborhood. For bulky item pick-up from the City, call 311, use the City's website or the City's new smartphone app.
Of course, neighbors who routinely call in illegal dumping will tell you the biggest problem is when dumping occurs in areas without street addresses. Supposedly, this would be resolved with the smartphone app, but neighbors who try reporting illegal dumping that way don't always get it picked up.