Bags of garbage sit in the rear of Virgil Mills Elementary School Wednesday waiting to be picked up. The district's garbage haulers have been overwhelmed since Hurricane Irma came through. Mills, which still didn’t have its power restored Wednesday, served as one of the district's 24 shelter schools.
Bags of garbage sit in the rear of Virgil Mills Elementary School Wednesday waiting to be picked up. The district's garbage haulers have been overwhelmed since Hurricane Irma came through. Mills, which still didn’t have its power restored Wednesday, served as one of the district's 24 shelter schools. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com
Bags of garbage sit in the rear of Virgil Mills Elementary School Wednesday waiting to be picked up. The district's garbage haulers have been overwhelmed since Hurricane Irma came through. Mills, which still didn’t have its power restored Wednesday, served as one of the district's 24 shelter schools. Richard Dymond rdymond@bradenton.com

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