Absentee landlords are letting trash get into Valdosta streets and creeks. What is the City of Valdosta doing about it?
Somebody named Gary McMillan reported two Litter issues on December 6, 2022 and January 6, 2023 through Valdosta’s Click ‘n’ Fix app. Both locations are slighlty uphill from One Mile Branch, which flows into Sugar Creek and the Withlacoochee River, upstream from the proposed Troupville Nature Park.
City Marshalls in each case said they did something, which is good. But they closed out each ticket before reporting the actual outcome.
Both properties are owned by absentee landlords, who also own many other lots throughout Valdosta.
It’s time for the City of Valdosta to enforce its trash ordinances on property owners, especially absentee landlords.
Gary McMillan reported issue 13786041 on December 6, 2022:
Large amount of litter along Baytree Dr. and Jo Ree St. Some trash/litter is associated with a spilling bag of garbage. Much is not associated with the bag, but is typical of this neighborhood.Continue reading