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For those of you who manage commercial properties do you...

1.  Use the services of a power sweeper?
2.  Who cleans up the litter on your property not on the paved/parking lot areas?
3.  How often do they clean up the litter?
4.  How much do you pay them to do this?  


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If a business is leasing the associated building, they should keep the parking lot cleaned. That is the first impression their customers get of their business, they need to make sure it is a good one. If it is a shared lot, it really should be a shared effort among the businesses. 

I would think someone needs to be out picking up litter at least weekly. Some areas may need more.

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Thank you!  
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