TAOS, N.M. (KRQE) - Someone is turning Taos County into a dump and now county officials say they know who some of them are.
According to the Taos News, the county has started sending out legal notices to the alleged dumpers identified through their trash.
All that trash ended up in an arroyo near the landfill.
Solid waste officials say some of that trash contained names and addresses, even Social Security Numbers.
The county has been working to stop the dumping for some time, but has been unsuccessful. They're hoping this will do it.
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