Bedbug alley mattress faces longer wait for large-item pickup: Kenny Be's Sign Language

The proliferation of large items seen lining Denver alleys would seem to indicate that residents are just itching to complain about the lack of pickup service. Budget cuts have forced the city's solid-waste-management department to scale back service from once every six weeks to once every nine. The money that the city is saving in reduced collection service is best seen in a Capitol Hill tour of cushionless sofas and homeless napping mattresses...
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