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From tires to TVs, from building scraps to actual trash, just about anything has been dumped along Foundry Road in South Sioux City.
The problem has been so bad that cameras have been set up.
Last month, local police caught a man on camera dumping a deer carcass near the road.
When Pete Beckner of South Sioux heard about the incident, he spoke to the president of his ATV club, thinking they could do something about the problem.
"I talked to him about getting a group together coming down and cleaning up. We're able to get in there with our ATVs and trailers easier than the city would with their equipment," said Beckner.
So on Saturday, Beckner and 15 members of the "Tri-State OHV Club "came together for an all-day clean-up east and south of the road.
Being an avid outdoorsmen, Beckner said, organizing a clean-up like this was the least he could do.
"It's the right thing to do," said Beckner. "I don't understand how people do this. There are very few accesses to the river, so it's nice to drive down here. To see what they've done here is pretty disheartening."
Club president, Scott Leuer said there is potential for the rugged and spacious piece of land to become something of interest to the club.
If taken care of, Leuer said, the area could be utilized as an ATV park for the community to enjoy.
"It could be a park. I've worked with Sioux City, South Sioux City, and the DNR. We're looking at areas to make a park we know could be utilized very well," said Leuer.
All the trash collected this weekend will be picked up by the city on Monday.