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13180Re: Illegal Dumping business... (and others??)

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  • brian.ions
    May 8 10:41 AM
      Chief, what is the Motor Carrier Unit?

      And who are residents suppose to call if they see apparent illegal vendors from Maryland or elsewhere regularly and illegally using public space (parking/ blocking alleys and pedestrian walkways)?

      Is there a general DC license or permit such violators are required to show or display to even be doing business in DC?


      --- In MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com, "Lanier, Cathy (MPD)" <cathy.lanier@...> wrote:

      > Bruce, I am passing along to our Motor Carrier Unit for additional follow up.
      > Cathy L. Lanier
      > Chief of Police
      > Washington, D.C.
      > (202) 727-4218
      > On May 8, 2012, at 12:03 AM, "Bruce Marshall" bamesquire@...<mailto:bamesquire@...> wrote:

      > There are several large trucks full of commercial debris parking daily in the 2100 block of Upshur Street. NE. They bring smaller trucks, back them up on the wrong side of the street and then transfer the trash, while completely blocking the alley. The trash sometimes sits there all night and all weekend, rain or shine. When they do dump during the morning, the process just starts again around 4:30PM. Clearly it is illegal for this commercial activity to happen on a residential street. One of the trucks also parks within three feet of the alley every night making it a hazard to drive out of the alley into the roadway.
      > Is it possible to assist in resolving this environmental nightmare? We would love to celebrate Mothers Day without the smell or sight of trash. Calls to 311 have not been helpful. Thank you in advance for your help.
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