At Wednesday morning's Bonita Springs City Council meeting, Councilman David Piper put pressure on Harry Neeves, vice president of engineering and real estate for the Seminole Gulf Railway, to police the railroad's right of way, which is home to an unknown number of homeless people. The tracks are littered with trash, mostly beer bottles and aluminum cans.

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At Wednesday morning's Bonita Springs City Council meeting, Councilman David Piper put pressure on Harry Neeves, vice president of engineering and real estate for the Seminole Gulf Railway, to police the railroad's right of way, which is home to an unknown number of homeless people. The tracks are littered with trash, mostly beer bottles and aluminum cans.

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