(April 8, 2013 – Greensboro, Ga.) The Greensboro City Council recognized volunteers who assisted with the city’s annual Clean Up Day at is regular meeting on Monday, April 1, 2013.
Volunteers from across the community canvased the city picking up trash in an effort to help improve Greensboro’s residential neighborhoods during the city’s annual Clean Up Day. The city council expressed it appreciation to the volunteers for their efforts to beautify the city and to the Greensboro Community Housing Team for taking the lead in organizing Clean Up activities across Greensboro.
Greensboro’s new Community Housing Team built on the annual city-wide Clean Up Day to offer organized Clean Up activities in Mill Village, the Railroad Neighborhood, and other areas throughout Greensboro. Volunteer teams used trash bags provided by the city to pick up and bag litter. The collected trash was later picked up and disposed of by city workers.
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