That MarBorg will pick up your dump run with a single request by phone? They will do that twice a year. It comes as part of your trash and recycling service, aka your bill. You have probably seen the remnants from people that do not schedule a pick-up and decide they must dump — today! And you discover it is in your neighborhood, in front of your house. You have several options in this case. I called my City Council member because it is a chronic problem, and I thought I would get a quicker response. So what happens? If the person has scheduled a pick-up, no charge. If they didn’t, and if it’s on a city street, MarBorg picks it up for an additional charge to the city, aka the taxpayer. However, if it ends up on the train tracks (homeless hoarders), the company Big Green must do the removal, and that is also a cost to you. But wait, there’s more. One of the city’s concerns is the tourists’ “view.” The touristy beach area is the only protected view (according to the city) of our potentially world-class destination. But what the visitor sees as they arrive by train or car are the encampments of those homeless hoarders, in plain view of the 101. People, you need to call the city. If you see it, report it. It will be investigated if there is identifying information, i.e., license plates. And then the culprit will pay, not us.