Donald Trump sent bill for park toilet clean-up by Oregon Governor’s husband – Donald Trump’s America
US President Donald Trump was sent a cleaning bill in a popular national park by the husband of the Governor of Oregon, who removed a pile of trash alone. [1
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- Although the parks are still without staff, visitors still use the facilities
- The husband of the Governor of Oregon has removed four garbage bags from a toilet in a park in that state
- Others across the country have also cleaned up and maintained facilities in the absence of government workers
Food leftovers, used diapers, wrappers and plastic bags were among the waste that leaked from a bin in the toilets of the Sno-Park in Mt Hood National Forest, Oregon, and had accumulated since there were no employees around because of the ongoing government shutdown.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown shared pictures of her husband Dan's cleanup, and an invoice addressed to Mr. Trump to cover the $ 28 charge that was charged
It seems that he removed at least four trash bags and some on social media suggested that he should increase his bill to include labor and tax costs.
It is one of the many ways in which partial shutdown is affecting everyday life in America, with economists who estimate that it has already cost the US economy $ 4.9 billion so far.
It is estimated that 800,000 US government workers are unable to work, causing chaos in many of the popular national parks.
Locals who work to clean parks in the United States
Human feces, overflowing garbage and illegal off-road driving in fragile areas have begun to overwhelm iconic national parks, which have been left without most rangers and others that host campsites and maintain facilities.
At the beginning of January, campers from Joshua Tree National Park in the deserts of Southern California were talking about quarrels while several families claimed sites
Local entrepreneurs who depend on tourists entered the hole as much as possible.
They too were emptying the overflowing bins and sweeping and taking a bath
The owner of a gift shop Ethan Feltges had set up a portable toilet for visitors who were still entering and leaving the park.
According to the extinguishing plan, authorities must close any area where garbage or other problems become threats to the health and safety of humans or wildlife
But this did not stop visitors from going to national parks .
In Yosemite, the crowds were driving in the park to take advantage of the free admission, local resident Dakota Snider Said.
"It's so heartbreaking, there's more trash, human waste and disdain for the rules than I've seen in my four years of life here," Snider said.
He said that the people had unleashed the dogs and allowed them to run freely and were leaving garbage bags along the side of the roads.