KADB urge neighbors to help combat illegal dumping

KADB urge neighbors to help combat illegal dumping
Sunday, police spotted two tires, lumber, and yard trimmings at Landsing Park at the corner of Lansing Drive and Forest Ridge Drive. (Source: WALB)
Sunday, police spotted two tires, lumber, and yard trimmings at Landsing Park at the corner of Lansing Drive and Forest Ridge Drive. (Source: WALB)
"Illegal dumping is a serious offense. And we should all be vigilant. Our citizens should be our eyes and ears and they should be reporting anything," said Judy Bowles KADB Executive Director. (Source: WALB)
"Illegal dumping is a serious offense. And we should all be vigilant. Our citizens should be our eyes and ears and they should be reporting anything," said Judy Bowles KADB Executive Director. (Source: WALB)

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany Police are investigating illegal dumping in the ditch at a community park.

Sunday, police spotted two tires, lumber, and yard trimmings at Landsing Park at the corner of Lansing Drive and Forest Ridge Drive.

Neighbors told police they have been in the ditch for weeks.

Keep Albany Dougherty Beautiful officials urge neighbors to report illegal dumping.

"Illegal dumping is a serious offense. And we should all be vigilant. Our citizens should be our eyes and ears and they should be reporting anything," said Judy Bowles KADB Executive Director.

If you have any information about illegal dumping in Albany, call 311 to report it.

If convicted, a dumper could face a $1,000 fine and be forced to clean within a mile radius.

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