Brikti Andrew sang her heart out while standing on an old tree stump in the undeveloped Diamond Meadow Subdivision on New Dale Road in Rex.
She belted out a beauty while in the midst of a nasty dump site next to her home. Andrew said she has performed solos for presidents Regan and Clinton and today she added CBS Atlanta News to her resume.
"Action Adam you have earned your name on today and through this week. I'm grateful for your talent and grateful that you do get the job done," said neighbor Brikti Andrew.
Last week, CBS Atlanta contacted the county about this mess which had been sitting here for over a year and within days the owner of the property hired a crew to clean it up and so far they've hauled off loads.
"A bunch of trees, bed, sofa, tires," said worker Ervin Viecente.
The workers also installed a fence at the entrance to the subdivision to keep illegal dumpers out for good.
"It was a breeding ground for infestation and that's just something we didn't want as homeowners," said Andrew."To God be the glory and you ‘Action Adam.'"
Workers told CBS Atlanta News that they will have this property completely cleaned up and secured by the end of the week to make sure it never happens again.
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Thursday, March 27 2014 8:56 PM EDT2014-03-28 00:56:41 GMT
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