The Seven cents club  which adopted  the cleanup of Crooked hill rd reminds you that Section 1220  of the Vehicle & Traffic (VAT) 
Throwing refuse on highways and adjacent lands is  prohibited 

(a) No person shall throw, dump, deposit or place, or cause to be thrown, dumped, deposited or placed upon any highway, or within the limits of the right of way of such highway, or upon private lands adjacent thereto, any refuse, trash, garbage, rubbish, litter or any nauseous or offensive matter.
  (c) A violation of the provisions of subdivision (a) of this section shall be punishable by a fine not to exceed three hundred fifty dollars and/or a requirement to perform services for a public or not-for-profit corporation

Move-Over Law” Expansion: Starting Jan. 17, 2017, the “Move-Over Law” - which requires motorists to slow down and move over when passing authorized emergency vehicles, pulled over on the side of the road, include more types of emergency vehicles. To increase safety, the law now includes any vehicle displaying a blue or green light, such as volunteer firefighters and volunteer ambulance workers involved in roadside emergency operations. S7938, Chapter 97, sponsored by Senator David Valesky (D, Oneida)

Motorists must now reduce their speed when passing waste and recycling collection vehicles with a rear compacter   intended for the collection of refuse. whose lights  are  flashing. A violation of the law comes with a fine of $45 to $100 and can carry a jail term of up to 15 days.