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Video: RV Controversy Gives Birth to the 'Venice Poo Poo Blues'

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If the RV issue in Venice was not controversial enough, the LA Weekly today posted this recently uploaded YouTube video. It's a gritty political piece of musical and viral activism bringing attention to what Venice residents have been dealing with for a few years: neighborhood population growth via the mobile homeless who live in RVs on city streets.

Catch-Up Reading
- Blog Calls for a 'Public Health Alert' in Venice Area
- Police Make Arrest in Alleged Sewage Dumping by Venice Area RV Dweller
- More Sewage Dumping Reported on Venice Streets, Residents Call for Police to Enforce, You Know, the Law
- Venice Community Applies Pressure in Controversial RV Issue, Sees Results