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Budget shortfall forces significant program cuts across Utah, but ...


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Road cleanup signs appear at various locations across the state, with community groups as well as private industries committing time and resources to help keep Utah's byways clean. Spring Glen appears to have committed non-humans to the community cleanup efforts as goats chow down on the delicacies found alongside the Kenilworth Road. The four-legged vacuum cleaners have several distinct advantages when compared to human counterparts: the goats will hang around a specific area all day long and no one has to supply the plastic trash bags for the debris the animals remove from the site.


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