Courtesy Appen Newspapers
MILTON - The Milton Grows Green Committee, a volunteer committee of the City of Milton, announced the kick-off of a reinvigorated Adopt-A-Road program encouraging citizens and civic groups to participate in removing roadside litter.
The Milton Adopt-A-Road Program is a litter-removal campaign coordinated by the Milton Grows Green Committee. It is designed to remove debris from city roads and improve the quality of the environment.
Thanks to the program, 17 road segments will be kept clean by citizen volunteers, including several adopters from the previous incarnation who renewed their commitments.
The refocused Adopt-A-Road program involves new signage specifically designed for Milton incorporating the committee logo and a customized recognition sign for the "sponsor" of a designated stretch of road.
Citizens can help keep the community beautiful by volunteering to help keep clean a 1-mile stretch of road in the City of Milton, with a commitment to clean the road a least four times a year.
Program information, instructions and forms for sign-up are available at www.cityofmiltonga.us/forms/adopt-road.html. Citizens may also contact Gina Schwendel, MGG’s program coordinator, at 678-242-2500 for more details.