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More Sewage Dumping Reported on Venice Streets, Residents Call for Police to Enforce, You Know, the Law

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RV dwellers allegedly dumping their sewage onto city streets became a big news topic last week after Venice residents began documenting and publishing the incidents online. The city took swift action, arresting one person and creating a working group to address human waste, but the dumping reportedly continued.

Now a group of residents have formed Don't Dump on Venice to call on the city to, for one, enforce existing laws. It is illegal to sleep in a vehicle parked on a pubic street in Los Angeles, but in Venice residents are angered by the lack of enforcement of that law (what is this, some kind of Hamsterdam?).