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The waste land 

The people of Lincoln Heights live among three city dumps. This is the story of their war on trash.

When you enter Lincoln Heights, you may not see the old dumps festering beneath the weedy vacant lots. But you will see trash—lots of it. And abandoned homes, their skeletons riddled with overturned furniture, old mattresses and other garbage that mars nearly…

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