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Monroe resident Jill Branbaugh and her son, Joel Lidstrom, quickly filled bags at one of the campsites.They didn’t mind, she said, because when they moved into their house, squatters had been trashing it for several years beforehand.Kirkley, an avid fisherman, founded the nonprofit River Junky which enlists volunteers to help clean riverbanks across the state.(Ian Terry / The Herald) Volunteers remove debris and garbage from a homeless encampment along the Skykomish River near Monroe on Saturday, Feb. Nearly 100 volunteers cleaned out the area in an event organized by Riverjunky and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.You'd be hard-pressed to drive down an interstate and not see a U-Haul truck or trailer.This truck rental service is one of the most ubiquitous in the nation and it's one of the few that offers one-way truck rentals.None of them accepted the offer, said Deputy Bud Mc Curry, part of the Sheriff’s Office of Neighborhoods unit.
He estimated the volunteers would easily haul out 20,000 pounds when they were finished.“We had 17 truckloads of somebody else’s crap, so we’re used to this,” she said.Jarrod Kirkley unloads trash from the back of a pickup truck during a cleanup of an area along the Skykomish River near Monroe on Saturday.MONROE — Nearly 100 volunteers gathered on the banks of the Skykomish River on Saturday to pick up garbage. The site, just south of the Lewis Street Bridge near Monroe, was a former homeless encampment.The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office had gone in Dec. Deputies had visited the site several times in the fall to try to get some of the people into detox or other treatment services.