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Arthur Greenwell has been washing the back of his car almost daily for the past few weeks. The reason: bird droppings.
A flock of starlings has decided to roost each evening in a tree on a neighboring property. They leave evidence of their presence each morning, according to Greenwell.
"The droppings are what's aggravating," he said.
Greenwell isn't the only Lebanon resident who has dealt with the starlings - and their droppings - and he probably won't be the last, either.
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