“Outstanding service. They were extremely careful delivering the extra large container into our driveway.” -- A. L. GARNER
In keeping with tradition, St. Louis celebrated Independence Day with a series of dumpster fires.In fact, the fire department responded to no less than 50 dumpster fires and their close cousin, trash fires, during this year's Fourth of July festivities. The department's tireless spokesman, Capt. Garon Mosby, chronicled the carnage in an enlightening night of Twitter posts. One of the many #DumpsterFires @STLFireDept has, is, and will respond to. #STLCity #July4th pic.twitter.com/JJ3e321qPK— Garon Patrick Mosby (@GaronMosby) July 5, 2018 "Here is yet another dumpster fire," he says while narrating a video of a literal dumpster fire late Wednesday night.It's not like we just love fire for fire's sake. There seems to be something particularly appealing about the dumpster fire to St. Louisans. Other categories of non-dumpster fires — house fires, car fires, grass fires, miscellaneous fires — only totaled 33 calls combined for the day. click to enlarge ST. LOUIS FIRE DEPARTMENT TWITTER A sampling of the St. Louis Department's 4th of July Twitter feed. ... (. Louis, the Nation's Dumpster Fire HQ, Lives Up to Its Reputation)
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Kansas City, Mo. City HallKANSAS CITY, Mo. — The KCMO City Council announced Thursday that its afternoon meetings have been canceled due to weather.“The City Council is canceling its afternoon meetings because of the inclement weather that swept into the region on Thursday morning. Rainfall overnight, coupled with quickly falling temperatures, produced icy conditions that made driving potentially hazardous,” a spokesperson for the city said in a news release.According to the release, trash pickup in some areas would also be delayed.“Crews will work over the weekend to get caught up,” the release said.Download the fox4kc app and be sure to sign up under “alerts” for “push notifications” so you don’t miss any breaking news that happens around town FOX 4 Android app FOX 4 iPhone app39.099727-94.578567... (fox4kc.com)
Harbor Point Condominiums in Black Rock, Bridgeport, Conn. Scores of residents complained about delayed and canceled trash pickup this week on SeeClickFix/Bridgeport 311 following a snowstorm last week that slowed sanitation workers. lessTrash piled up Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018, in a dumpster outside the Harbor Point Condominiums in Black Rock, Bridgeport, Conn. Scores of residents complained about delayed and canceled trash pickup this week on ... more Photo: Contributed Photo / Jay Lederman / Contributed Photo Residents vent on Bridgeport 311 after snowstorm, trash pickup delaysBack to GalleryBRIDGEPORT—Thursday’s nor'easter continued to disrupt city services this week, delaying garbage pickup for the majority of residents cluttering parking lots and side streets with snow.Residents launched a flurry of complaints on Bridgeport 311, the Park City's portal to the municipal complaint clearinghouse SeeClickFix.com.One smashed-up silver Volvo reported on Palmer Street in November got in the way of snowplows last week and delayed plowing, residents said.“It’s been there over a month,” said Denise Mitchell, 39, who lives nearby and confirmed that her husband Owen...
Greenberg Traurig LLP.The EPA is represented by Robert J. Lundman and Justin D. Heminger of the U.S. Department of Justice, and Laurel Celeste in-house.The environmental groups are represented by Adam Kron of the Environmental Integrity Project and Jared E. Knicley of the Natural Resources Defense Council.The case is Environmental Integrity Project et al. v. Pruitt, case number 17-5010, in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.--Additional reporting by Michael Phillis and Juan Carlos Rodriguez. Editing by Aaron Pelc.Update: This story has been updated with comment from the environmental groups.