Park Slope residents call attention to dumping disaster

Some Park Slope residents are calling attention to what they say is a dumping disaster in their neighborhood. According to community members, a secluded part

BROOKLYN - Some Park Slope residents are calling attention to what they say is a dumping disaster in their neighborhood.

According to community members, a secluded part of Gregory Place, between Butler and Baltic streets, has become a haven for trash, drug users and sexually active teenagers.

Residents say putting in more lights, adding cameras, posting signs and stronger police presence are all ways to help clean up the problem.

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