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Trashy dumpers foul historic black church parking lot

This pile of trash left late last week in the parking lot of the Holly Grove A.M.E. Church in Peachtree City temporarily turned the site into what looked more like the county dump. Church minister Larry Ervin said a police report has been filed. Beyond that, Ervin said he hoped displaying the photo would bring community awareness to the act so that this type of behavior might end. The historic church is located at the southeastern tip of Peachtree City, near the intersection of Redwine and Robinson roads. Photo/Ben Nelms.

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There has to be "A Better Way" of disposing of someone's trash......

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