Eastern Acampo residents who live adjacent to rarely used railroad tracks along Kennefick Road are glad that rail cars are no longer parked in front of their homes.
However, some residents said they got used to the parked rail cars, which remained on the tracks for about two years during the depth of the recession. Initially, residents were vocal in their complaints that the rail cars were an eyesore that would encourage crime, and invite transients to sleep in the cars.
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