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Floydada police warn residents about alley trash fines

Source: Floydada Police Department Source: Floydada Police Department
Source: Floydada Police Department Source: Floydada Police Department
Source: Floydada Police Department Source: Floydada Police Department
FLOYDADA, TX (KCBD) -

The Floydada Police Department is asking residents to help keep the alleys clean, in response to the growing problem of trash left beside the dumpsters there.

Floydada Police want to remind residents that property owners are ultimately responsible for keeping their alleys clean.

If trash isn't cleaned up, you could be issued a citation, no matter who dumped the trash.

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