Mark Anderson has two dirty jobs. He is employed by the city for daily upkeep of downtown, which includes cleaning sidewalks and removing graffiti. His other job is cleaning up at The Blue Note before and after shows and other events. He begins his daily routine by scouring downtown for any refuse, and around noon he heads over to The Blue Note, often to clean up from the night before and to prepare for the coming evening.
Columbia's dirty jobs: City cleaner
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