Park Inspection 7-28-19 A plastic trash bag was most likely left adjacent to the trash can at the east end of the plaza and then dragged over to the sidewalk, leaving food scraps and a large quantity of sampling cups strewn across the plaza . A close-up of the above bag shows what looks to me like crepes.Do they provide samples or condiments in the small cups? Bag left alongside trash can at east end of plaza. Clearly from the East/West Bolani booth based on empty product containers. Phoenix Pastificio booth. Worn spot is a fraction of what it used to be but a bit more plywood is still needed. Unfortunately, I ran out of time Sunday and didn’t finish inspecting for wear and tear on the grass. Other locations include Green Produce which is currently the worst. The previous location for Inzana is filling back in now that they moved. Will have to double-check the location but there is a bad spot under or near Cap’n Mikes. Will do a follow-up report on this sometime soon and will also document stains in the plaza and elsewhere including Roli-Roti. Trash can on the plaza behind the sushi booth. Clear plastic bag contains bamboo steam trays and city receptacle contains what looks like a canopy cover. The sushi booth is clearly responsible. Small bag of cut produce left alongside trash can on DG at far end of the seating wall. Source unknown. This trash can is adjacent to the curb on Grand Avenue adjacent to Roli Roti. In addition to Ball Jar boxes, there were quantities of plastic spoons. Jonny should know who is selling their product in small Ball jars and doing tastings. Corn husks raked into a pile. I pointed this tire track out on Saturday but should note that this is problematic for two reasons. 1. Somebody dumped water on the DG which shouldn’t be happening. 2. Especially after another tree was destroyed, we should consider banning vehicles on DG and gravel beds – not to mention grass. Materials raked up from Capay space. Well over half is directly attributable to their operations including cardboard, produce scraps, vegetable ties, etc. I should also note that I didn’t have time to do a complete survey and/or take photographs but, in addition, to again employing plywood to prevent turf damage, Tomatero needs to clean up their space before they leave. This past week, they were the worst offender.