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I wasn’t sure who to notify….

I wasn’t sure who to notify.  The people who are working outside the perimeter putting in plants and moving the sand dune are just throwing the sand to spread it around.  I thought they were going to remove it?  It just seems like a waste of effort to just spread around the sand by throwing shovelfuls no more than 10 feet.  It is all going to blow back into the corner making another sand dune in 2 weeks!

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