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Peninsula News -- Sunday, April 20, 2014

Trash pushed over the bluff: Port Angeles regional dump abuse goes back decades

PORT ANGELES — The fragile landfill expected to cost taxpayers $19.6 million to fix sits on an eroding bluff where city and other Clallam County residents freely dumped garbage, cars and other trash from at least 1947 until 1971.
Early disposal methods included pushing cars and other garbage over the bluff to the Strait of Juan de Fuca beach below. (continued)


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