Not squeaky clean, that’s for sure
I found this slice of Hoboken somewhat comical.
A stretch of sidewalk on Washington between 11th and 12th is quite dumpy. The walkway is stained with garbage juice – and there must be at least 1,000 squished pieces of gum.
One business owner (or resident) is upset about it – and created this “waterproof” sign to place on the light pole (which is dumpy looking in itself). Apparently, they’re angry that one of these businesses (I’m assuming it’s Molfetta Pizza) puts their refuse on the sidewalk each evening to be picked up by the garbage men. This is a standard practice in Hoboken, and I’m not sure there’s any way around it.
Do you have any suggestions for this person?