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Dinkytown turned Dumpytown: students leave mess during moving season

Residents in Dinkytown are fed up with the mess left behind each fall as students move in or out of homes near campus. Upset neighbors say the garbage piled high at the end of driveways and street corners is getting worse. The city says garbage crews have been working to clear garbage and warns residents that they will be billed for the extra cleanup.
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Residents in Dinkytown are fed up with the mess left behind each fall as students move in or out of homes near campus. Upset neighbors say the garbage piled high at the end of driveways and street corners is getting worse. The city says garbage crews have been working to clear garbage and warns residents that they will be billed for the extra cleanup.

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