Edinburg to Set Up New Surveillance at Illegal Dumping Sites
EDINBURG – The city of Edinburg is turning to surveillance cameras to stop illegal dumping and keep an eye on problem spots throughout the city.
The issue isn’t just in abandoned fields or lots, it’s on several streets throughout the city.
Residents will see a new camera system from the Edinburg Police Department to put a stop to piles from growing.
The police public information officer says cameras aren’t the only proactive step the city is taking in illegal dumping zones.
Watch the video above for the full report.
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