Lexington Avenue's curbs fill with trash because they are not regularly cleaned | Andrew Fine
Lexington Avenue's curbs fill with trash because they are not regularly cleaned | Andrew Fine

Filthy Lexington Avenue Could Soon Get A Lot Cleaner

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After several years of filth and grime, Lexington Avenue could soon be getting a whole lot cleaner. In the past three years, neighbors have noticed trash, spills, and other unsightly messes along the busy Upper East Side corridor, but now a solution
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