Thursday, March 3, 2016

Red Car Property, Lot C: Migrating Piles Of Dumping

Photos: Multiple Red Car Property Neighbors.  Above, March 3, 2016.  Over the past two months, a large pile of clothes, bedding, broken plastic bins, computer parts, monitors, TV parts, washing machine drums and other trash has been shifting back and forth on Lot C, near a Riverside Drive house and lot that had squatter problems.  The house has been under renovations for almost a year.  (Click on photos to enlarge.)
January 9, 2016.  We  documented the pile when it first arrived after the New Year.  Previously it was just washing machines, salvage and other construction debris.  December 3, 2015 was the last time the Red Car Property was clean right here.  It has always been a dumping hotspot.
January 21, 2016. The trash was consolidated and generally tidied up a few days earlier.
January 21, 2016.  How considerate, they tidied up the trash and dumped a large pile of drywall. 
January 30, 2016.  By the end of January, little had changed, although it appears either animals or people had torn through the trash.  We were tired of posting so many dumping photos on the blog, but we continued sending them to the Red Car Property owner's rep.
Photo: January 30, 2016.  A squatter is living in the white truck that's been parked on Lot C on the Red Car Property for years.  We sent this photo and others along to the Red Car Property owner's rep as soon as they came in.  The truck is still parked in the same place today 
It is parked directly adjacent to the downslope portion of Lot C, where the adjacent property owner has long encroached on the Red Car Property by storing salvage and debris.
February 19, 2016.  Last month, the trash pile was shifted over to the side with the drywall pile.  Looks like some new graffiti is on the white door being stored back there.  What have we always said about broken windows inviting more problems?
February 19, 2016. The trash in this shot is also in the current photo at the top of this post.  Although someone nabbed the shoes. 

Come on, the homeless have already picked through it.  Haul it away.  The drywall is still there, it's just hiding behind the trashcans.  (Click on photos to enlarge.)

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