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    GALLERY: Illegal Dumping 5/11 - Staff photo by Rachel Ohm | of | Share this photo

    Game Warden Tom McKenny recently points to some of the trash and debris that has been illegally dumped on a property off Martin Stream Road near the Fairfield and Norridgewock border.

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    George Smith stands with trash he picked up from the side of Blake Hill Road in Mount Vernon on May 1.

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    Game Warden Rick LaFlamme holds one of the trash bags that will be distributed around the state in a program to improve relations between landowners and land users. Visitors would remove both their own trash and that left by others.

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    Game Warden Tom McKenny sorts through a pile of mattresses illegally dumped on private property off Martin Stream Road in Fairfield. “It’s a problem in a lot of rural areas,” McKenny said of illegal dumping. “What’s going to happen is landowners are going to close off their property, which is a shame for people who aren’t doing it.”

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    Game Warden Tom McKenny examines an old couch that has been illegally dumped on private property off Martin Stream Road in Fairfield. McKenny estimates that illegal dumping has been going on at the site for years, as evidenced by the large number of mossy and decaying pieces of furniture, and that it is mostly from people who live nearby.

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