The "come here's" have few social skills and no clue about how to live a few feet from neighbors. They have brought thousands of dogs who poop and pee on the sidewalks. The urine gets washed into the gutter and then to the sewer and the harbor's water. One old lady observed that "they don't know what a broom is," much less how to use it. Pavements that were swept clean in blue collar days from the front wall to the middle of the street are now littered with trash, animal droppings, cigarette butts and liquor and soda containers. Take a walk on trash pick-up day, which requires the use of a can with a tight-fitting lid, and you'll see garbage in plastic bags littering the sidewalks. One day, I woke up to find a large pizza box on the trunk of my car. Millennial detritus.