My commute is getting more and more polluted by the stench of month-old rotting carcasses.
Dead raccoon, dead tiny dog, dead deer, dead geese ... hit by cars and they continue to rot until enough cars have mashed them into a paste for the rain to wash away.
My city doesn't sweep streets, clean streets, remove broken glass from streets in any way. It also won't remove dead animals. I am going to call my city councilman and complain; I won't go near these things, nearly vomit from the smell, and I'm paying taxes to maintain roads which have bricks showing through the asphalt because they haven't been maintained since they were lain. I'm not cleaning this up; my taxes go to maintaining the streets, and removing dead animals is part of that. Yet the city refuses.
If all else fails, maybe I can find some nice volunteers that can stomach it. The dead animals can be dumped in parks or in front lawns of middle schools, or maybe on the stairs of city hall since it's their mess to clean up anyway. Just being nice and bringing it to you so you don't have to go so far.