Overflowing recycling bin taken to task by New Haven commissioners

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Dumpster needs more regular attention, Mayor Cecil says

By The Staff

New Haven’s recycling trailer has been overflowing, residents say. The trailer, which sits behind City Hall, has become a bit of a sore spot for those who have to see its contents outside of the receptacle.

“We need a clean system. We OK’d it as long as it’s clean,” said Mayor Tessie Cecil, adding that the city was up front from the beginning that it didn’t have the manpower to contribute to the upkeep of the receptacle.

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