She wants to know where the recycling bins are
It is somewhere on the blog. Here, from a story in September 2010.
These "Big Bellies" were part of a City of Miami pilot program, but it went nowhere. These containers were on Grand and Mary for a day, I'm not sure why it went nowhere, but in a way, I can't help think that the whole purpose was about selling advertising on the sides, more than recycling trash because that is how it was presented to me at the time. Recycling never seemed to be the number one issue with these, all the talk was about the advertising.
It seems that the BID voted them down at the time after the one day trial.
From the 2010 article: "You can't see here, but on the side of the Big Bellies is advertising. The BID will be in control of that and only local ads would be used on the sides, no ads from outside the area. And the BID's thought process is to use it as we want to use the chalk boards -- to promote Village events. It seems that the chalk boards never took off either.
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