Landfill Fight | KCET
The residents of tiny Val Verde, Calif. wanted the landfill in their backyard to go away. After all, it was scheduled to close in 2019 or when it reached capacity -- whichever came first. Instead, the County approved a plan that doesn't just keep Chiquita Canyon Landfill open, it lets it grow. Nic Cha Kim has the story.
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