Monthly archive for April 2019

CLEANUP EVENT PLANNED IN GREENCASTLE

Franklin County Free Press – GREENCASTLE — Dozens of groups of volunteers either have or will soon be spreading out across Franklin County to clean their communities. The Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce is joint the effort by organizing a 2019 Great American Cleanup of PA Event. “Keep

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Wolf Administration Participates in Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania with Earth Day Cleanup in Johnstown

Pennsylvania Department of Transportation – Johnstown, PA – The Wolf Administration today joined in a cleanup of the Jim Mayer Riverswalk Trail in Johnstown to highlight the Great American Cleanup of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Secretary Patrick McDonnell and Department of Transportation (PennDOT) District 9 Executive

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Aleppo plans Earth Day cleanup

Sewickley Herald – Last year, 22 people collected 45 bags of trash during Aleppo Township’s Earth Day cleanup, and about 90 people volunteered to plant 1,000 trees at Bouchard Family Park. The events will occur again this year, beginning at 9 a.m. April 27, and organizers hope

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Volunteers needed for cleanup effort Saturday

Daily Collegian – CURWENSVILLE — A project that has been held in Curwensville for the past several years has been expanded to surrounding municipalities. Curwensville Area Revitalization Entity is sponsoring a cleanup event Saturday, April 27, beginning at 9 a.m. for Curwensville and Grampian boroughs and Bloom,

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Rep. Bridget M. Kosierowski plans regional spring cleanup

The Abington Journal – TAYLOR — State Rep. Bridget M. Kosierowski, D-Lackawanna, has announced her plans to host a regional spring cleanup event aimed at removing litter and winter debris from roadsides, creeks, riverbanks, parks and recreation areas Saturday April 27. It continues a tradition begun by

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Keep PA Beautiful Recommends Comprehensive Strategy For Reducing Litter, Illegal Dumping

PA Environment Digest -On April 17, Shannon Reiter, President of Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful, appeared before a joint meeting of the House Tourism and Recreational Development and Transportation Committees for an informational meeting on anti-litter initiatives and their impact on tourism.Some key findings and recommendations outlined in her testimony were– — KPB identified over 6,000 illegal

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