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  • Residents worry about garbage, safety along the American River

    Lisa Lindberg has lived near the levee for 35 years. She and others in the neighborhood are concerned with safety and the trash generated by the homeless camps at the end of Jefferson Ave. and the American River.

Residents worry about garbage, safety along the American River

Lisa Lindberg has lived near the levee for 35 years. She and others in the neighborhood are concerned with safety and the trash generated by the homeless camps at the end of Jefferson Ave. and the American River.
Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee