Georgia scenic pull-offs marred by persistent littering

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GEORGIA — State Police and the Agency of Natural Resources are jointly investigating a series of persistent littering offenses at two scenic pull-offs on Highbridge Road (Route 104a), officials said.

The scenic areas, which offer views of the Lamoille River and are situated between Georgia Mountain Road and Skunk Hill Road, have been tarnished by trash for more than 18 months.

Local residents have made efforts to clean up and maintain the sites, also providing assistance to law enforcement in the investigation.

Through the community’s help, authorities believe a single individual may be responsible for most of the littering.

The ongoing environmental violations have sparked concern among residents who value the natural beauty and recreational potential of the location.

State Police are urging anyone with information to step forward and contact the Vermont State Police St. Albans barracks.

The agencies hope to promptly address the issue and preserve the cleanliness and integrity of these picturesque spots.

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