They are rebuilding houses in my area. These houses are a pain and the people around here that own have been offered a great program through the Housing Authority to rebuild their homes and a very small payment. So the lady across the street is staying with her friend while they are building for her. There's one house done and another being build on our block. Last weekend I asked about the throw off and was told to check that monday. Took my grand daughter to school, so got probably 30 minutes. When I got back the smal pile had been loaded into a huge truck. So that was gone. Today I thought I'd try again. There was pieces if PVC and lots of cut wood. Nope there's nothing there they are throwing away. I just walked out front for some air and the truck driver tossed th last little piece of PVC in to the back and drive off in the big truck again. There was also debry from a house that had been demolished in there. Wouldn't you think they would rather have someone use it than toss it? Maybe it's just me. I'm not mad or anything, but that stuff is being dumped and it's a government agency, so wouldn't you think they would like to see it used rather than dumped? Just seems strange to me.