Louisiana Residents Confront Trash Pileups

Jeffrey Holmes with discarded possessions; sign reads: 'Toxic Art: This Exhibition Will Kill You!' i

Bywater neighborhood resident Jeffrey Holmes emptied the contents of his flooded artist's studio into the median strip out front. "There's no other place to put it," he says. Josh Rogosin, NPR hide caption

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Jeffrey Holmes with discarded possessions; sign reads: 'Toxic Art: This Exhibition Will Kill You!'

Bywater neighborhood resident Jeffrey Holmes emptied the contents of his flooded artist's studio into the median strip out front. "There's no other place to put it," he says.

Josh Rogosin, NPR

Business owners and residents returning to parts of central New Orleans are finding limited sanitation service. Small mountains of garbage and hurricane debris line streets and fill median strips.

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