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This pile of trash, photographed Tuesday afternoon in the 300 block of East Main Street, was set out as early as Friday evening. It was still there Tuesday evening. The Dump of the Day is a recurring series of photographs the Richmond Register publishes to highlight illegal trash piles, expose negligent property owners and push local governments to cite perpetrators and get illegal dumps cleaned up. To inquire about the city of Richmond refuse pickup schedules, call the public works department at 625-6435. To report an illegal dump so it can be photographed by the newspaper, call 624-6690.

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