HOMES IN SOUTHWEST BALTIMORE IS THE LATEST TARGET OF TRASH LTAK WITH WMAR 2 NEWS' DAVE DETLING., AS DAVE TELLS US — THE ITEMS REPORTEDLY BELONG A DEAD PERSON. Well, we monitoring this empty lot behind me in the 2200 block of lkens Avenue. Neighbors say it is A constant hotspot for illegal dumping and we making sure that it stsay clean. BRICKS, DIRT, AND SOME WEEDS THINGS NEIGHBORS IN THE 22OO BLOCK OF WILKENS AVENUE WANT TO E SEIN THIS VACANT LOT. Reporter: you live right down the road, what is your message to neighbors who might be doing this? Just Keep your trash in your home.
It a week at a time. You can take your trash out at the end of the week. 16-YEAR SANIYA ABRAMS SAYS WE ALL PLAY A ROLE IN KEEPING THE NEIGHBORHDOO CLEAN. NOW THAT THE LOT IS CLEAR STAY THAT WAY. WHAT SHE DOESN'T WANT IS IT TO TURN BACK INTO AN ILLEGAL DUMPING SITE. THIS TYPE OF BEHAVIOISR WHAT GIVES BALTIMORE A DBA RAP. When trash is everywhere it just proves other peoples point that city. WE KNOW THERE WERE COMPLAINTS TO 311 ABOUT ETH LOT. WMAR 2 NEWS NOTICED THE GARBAGE ON MONDAY WHILE ON ANOTHER STORY. WE ALSO ALERDTE DPW. OFF CAMERA OTHER NEIGHBORS SAY SOMEONE CLEARED OUT A DEASCEED FAMILY MEMBER'S HOME THEY CLEARLY DON'T BELONG.. It doesn There tall as me. SANAIY CRYSTAL SAYS THE CLEANUP JOB LOOKS GOOD BUTS ADDS IT'S UP TO EREVYONE DOWN TO CITY WORKERS TO KEEP THE LOT AND SURROUNDING AREA CLEAN SO THERE'S NO REAT OFFENSE.
Clean it up. Put your trash in the trashcan. And if you you email us at STORY- IDEAS-AT-WMAR- DOT-COM. THREE STRAIGHT WEEKS. TH'S.