Mayor: Homeless encampment in Easton dismantled after a number of warnings about litter, considerations about unhealthy surroundings

EASTON, Pa. – Easton Mayor Sal Panto mentioned a homeless encampment alongside Lehigh Drive was dismantled Monday morning.

The mayor mentioned his workplace obtained a number of complaints about litter within the space, and the encampment turned an unhealthy surroundings.

The individuals on the encampment had been warned by the police division a number of instances to scrub it up, and so they by no means did, Panto mentioned.

He mentioned individuals on the encampment had been instructed that if they didn’t clear the realm up, the encampment could be dismantled.

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