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Legislative Majority Leader Kathleen LaBuda, who chairs the Legislative Public Works Committee, said, “Our constituents respond so positively and donate of their time to the Spring Litterpluck each year, and we wanted to offer private citizens and civic groups the opportunity to beautify their communities in preparation for our fall season.”
The Sullivan County Division of Public Works and Solid Waste will donate trash bags for this community-based roadside cleanup event, and will accept the roadside refuse and recyclables for disposal free-of-charge at the
All residents and groups who wish to participate in Litterpluck must register in person and pick up their Litterpluck materials any time on or after Saturday, September 6th at their town or village hall.
All participants must use clear bags and must also turn in an official Litterpluck coupon to the transfer station or landfill where they dispose of their litter. These coupons, which can be secured at the town or village hall during registration, will allow for better tracking of Litterpluck efforts.
For more information about Litterpluck, call Parks, Recreation and Beautification Director Kristin Porter at 845-794-3000, ext. 5002.
For further information regarding this press release, please call Alexis Eggleton, Legislative Aide, at 845-794-3000, ext. 3305.