Lessees of state trust land in Mora County are facing hundreds of dollars of fines for allowing a “River of Tires” — about 300,000 of them — to be dumped on there. Unless the tires are cleaned up by the end of November, the lessees (collectively known as Equity Investments Corporation) will owe the state more than $300,000.
Meanwhile, Santa Fe County is overseeing the cleanup of a piece of private property in Cañada de Los Alamos, where neighbors complained thousands of tires had been dumped. The owner of that property faces fines of up to $300 per day by the county and $5,000 a day by the state if he doesn’t clean up the mess.
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