TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Authorities say a supervisor for Tampa's
initiative to keep its downtown area clean has been charged with
The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says, 37-year-old Harvey Bivins, who works for the Tampa Downtown Partnership's Clean Team, has been dumping lawn debris and miscellaneous household items on various streets in a Gibsonton subdivision since September.
Not only does he supervise Tampa's Clean Team, Bivins owns a lawn care business.
Authorities say Bivins was charged with three counts of felony
littering on Monday. He was later released on $6,000 bail.
Lynda Remund, a director of the Clean Team's district
operations, says Bivins' arrest was not related to any team
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