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Kathleen Mahan, San Juan Capistrano

I haven’t seen any mention of this in The Dispatch, but it should be.

As I drive north on the I-5 freeway from Capo Beach or Dana Point and exit at the San Juan Creek exit, I can’t believe the amount of trash alongside the freeway and off-ramp. Doesn’t anyone else notice this and say anything to anyone who could remedy the situation? This is not a very pretty picture for one of the entrances to our city. It’s disgraceful.

What about all those “Adopt-A-Highway” signs? What, if anything, does that accomplish?

What can be done?

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