DENVER (CBS4)– Some 2,500 residents of Denver’s Congress Park neighborhood recently received notification from the City of Denver that their trash would no longer be picked up in the alley but would have to be wheeled down to the street in front of their homes. Some have made it clear they believe the change stinks.
“It doesn’t make any sense to me. We have alleyways for a reason,” said Kyle Rose.
His home sits on a narrow lot with a steep grassy hill in front. He said wheeling his full trash bin from the alley to the street will entail rolling it over window wells, through narrow spaces and gates then down a steep hill. He says he doesn’t want to…
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