During the ongoing renovation of the Eagle River Historical Society’s new museum, four televisions, other electronics and hazardous waste have been deposited in and around the construction dumpster.
Disposing of this material safely has cost the society almost $100 and forced volunteers to climb over dangerous debris to remove it from the dumpster.
This illegal dumping may have seemed like a clever solution to the person responsible, but is the moral equivalent of theft. It has diverted donated funds that were intended for the renovation fund. Those who did this and those who are aware of those