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32 cubic yards of trash collected after Ft. Mason 4th of July
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Trash is a growing problem in San Francisco's parks, especially after a holiday.
Quite a mess was left behind after the 4th of July celebrations at Fort Mason's Great Meadow in San Francisco.
A spokeswoman for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area says people don't even try to put their litter in or next to a trash can. She says it's getting worse and it's stealing money that can be put to better use.
Workers collected 32 cubic yards of junk from the meadow early Thursday.
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