For years, Clayton Stine has stymied efforts to sell his Lower Mount Bethel farm, more accurately described as the "stump dump." Over 100 acres were strewn with tree stumps 20- to 30-feet deep. Every now and then, they'd erupt in flames.
Today, Stine's dump took a lump. The federal frumps sold this clump of land to a grump from New York, Gerald DiDomenico.
He picked up this property for under $250,000.
DiDomenico is no chump.
What's his line?
Solid waste, baby.