A small group of aldermen on the city’s Health and Environmental Protection Committee heard testimony Tuesday afternoon on the need for more trash resources and the migration of urban wildlife, but the meeting had low attendance. Chairman George Cardenas (12) said the whole City Council needed a chance to sound off on the issues.

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