KIMA contacted Yakima County to take care of the mess several weeks ago. County officials said they'll take another look this week. Yakima County said people need to call so they're aware of these complaints. One neighbor isn't happy it's still there.
"We like this property, but when you drive up there and see the trash, just makes me feel bad," said Mary Walton.
Yakima County said it doesn't have the manpower to drive around looking for code violations.