Old mattresses, tires and white goods like stoves and refrigerators are strewn across several city blocks.
Fema bought out the baptist bottoms homeowners following the "great 1994 flood". Since then, the area has been littered by those who often don't pay their monthly garbage pick-up costs.
Geneva police chief Frankie Lindsey has had officers put up locked gates to prevent people from dropping off their trash.
Chief Lindsey says anyone who is found dumping at baptist bottoms can expect to face a minimum of five-hundred dollar fine and possibly jail time.
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