A trail of trash leads to a lack of litter baskets say residents living near the Woodhaven Boulevard Station in Queens.
"The surrounding area is a total dump,” said one resident.
"Here we live in a civilized world and this trash has been here, it looks like months,” said another.
Closer to weeks since a severe littering problem has resurfaced here. A year ago, NY1 told you about the loads of litter lying on the ground, offending those who live and work in the area.
"It's kind of disturbing to look at. It's usually pretty filthy,” said a resident.
"People going to the mall, coming off the subway and just throwing the trash around the station because there's really nowhere for them to throw it away,” said resident Daniel Hirsch.
At the time, we contacted the Department of Sanitation and the agency sent a crew to clean up the area. A spokesman said DSNY crews had recently removed trash bins due to excessive misuse. However, he went on to say Sanitation would put some litter baskets back on a trial basis.