Milton residents should be very proud to know they have surpassed other, much larger, cities in participation in the volunteer Adopt a Road clean-up program.
Led by Julie Pinckney, Milton Grows Green's Adopt a Road volunteer coordinator, the program has grown to 28 roads adopted, which totals more than 28 miles of roads being cleaned.
Adopt a Road volunteer groups clean up our roadways about four times per year and help to keep the community looking great. Special thanks to our adopters: Crabapple Beds and Bones, oXYGen Financial, Stages Premier Realtors, The Foody Family, AccessMilton.com, Locum Leaders, Windward Law Group, Blue Ribbon Pet & Equine Services, Boy Scout Troop 3000, Re/Max Realtors, Milton Friends of CHOA, One of a Kind Homes, Inc., The Martin Family, Lusk Homestead, AlphaNova Group, D'Aversa Family & Milton Milers, Verizon Wireless Corporate Billing, Milton Business Alliance, Core Physique, Patti Silva in memory of The Walker Family, Hopewell Middle School, Sumrell & Associates, Olde Blind Dog, Crabapple Landscape Experts, Hunters Tree Farm, Young Men's Service League and Pattie Blohm.
Saturday, July 02, 2011
Milton boasts 28 adopted road segments.
Posted by Accessmilton Admin at Saturday, July 02, 2011