1-19 Academy Street New Haven, Connecticut
Whenever the city sends out a crew to mow Wooster Square park, the crew makes no effort to remove anything from their path, e.g., a couple of copies of The Watchtower, a paper back with fast-food wrappers and cups, a section of a newspaper.
So what had been one fairly neat bundle of paper became countless hundreds of pieces of paper when mowed, hundreds of pieces that were then sent flying throughout the park.
Could somebody with this crew make a quick dash around the park before mowing to pick up these large pieces of paper and plastic trash before the mower turns them into confetti?
Other than that complaint, the mowers seem to do a very good and thorough job.