There's a short piece of road on old U.S. 127 in Junction City that continually receives trash from passing automobiles, from Castlerock subdivision to Toombs Curve and extending to the new U.S.127. I have made the effort along with others in my neck of the woods to get state road crews to keep this road clean. Our efforts are proven to be futile because at the present time this section of road on old U.S. 127 is littered with trash from one end to the other.
Ben Sochacki recently wrote you a letter about trash and garbage thrown out on roads and over the banks in the knobs of Boyle County. Some people these days just don't care for a clean environment to live in, and I don't know of any enforceable law to correct the problem. You would think the folks in Junction City would show more pride for their town, than to litter the roadsides with cans, bottles and paper.