Fresno City Manager Bruce Rudd, far left, and Fresno Police Capt. Andy Hall, second from left, and several Fresno Police motorcycle officers listen outside Fresno City Hall as City Councilman Steve Brandau discusses the city’s two-week litter-enforcement effort.
Fresno City Manager Bruce Rudd, far left, and Fresno Police Capt. Andy Hall, second from left, and several Fresno Police motorcycle officers listen outside Fresno City Hall as City Councilman Steve Brandau discusses the city’s two-week litter-enforcement effort. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com
Fresno City Manager Bruce Rudd, far left, and Fresno Police Capt. Andy Hall, second from left, and several Fresno Police motorcycle officers listen outside Fresno City Hall as City Councilman Steve Brandau discusses the city’s two-week litter-enforcement effort. Tim Sheehan tsheehan@fresnobee.com

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