Hermitage Man Upset Over Poorly-Aimed Ad Circulars
by Jason Lamb
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - A Hermitage man said he was upset over all the trash left behind in his neighborhood each week after careless paperboys came through delivering advertising circulars leaving the trash behind.
Denny Schooley said each week some of them don't even make it onto front yards leaving yellow bags and the papers inside strewn around the street.
Denny said, when it has rained, the papers and bags can fall right through storm drains in the area.
The Tennessean newspaper, who publishes the circulars, told NewsChannel 5 those papers shouldbe tossed onto property, not on the street. Though they said they hadn't heard any complaints about where those papers end up, they do field calls every day from people who want them out of their neighborhood.
"I've seen papers laying in the road that have been run over so many times they're flattened and stuck to the road," Schooley said.
If you'd like to stop receiving the advertising circulars, The Tennessean says you can call 615-313-2726, or email email@example.com
Monday, May 20 2013 7:42 AM EDT2013-05-20 11:42:42 GMT
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