Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Volunteers sought for Milton waterways cleanup.

By Patrick Fox
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Milton's "Rivers Alive" waterways cleanup, education and protection program is Saturday at Bailey Farm & Gardens, 255 Hickory Flat Road, one mile west of the Birmingham Crossroads.

Volunteers are asked to gather at 9 a.m. when they will be assigned to local waterways in the Coosa River watershed to remove debris. Waders and boots could come in handy. Younger participants will apply storm drain markers in a local neighborhood.

Registration and information:, or 678-242-2509


Anonymous said...

Maybe Lance Large and Matt Kunz can volunteer to help clean up the waterways too. Just because Matt is running against Julie doesn't mean he can't show support for such a great program. This would also show that Matt will support this program whether he gets elected or not. Just a suggestion.
Maybe the entire Council should roll up their sleeves as well. Love to see Thurman in wader boots and gloves. Come on Karen we'd love to see you get your hands dirty in more ways than one!

Anonymous said...

No one is going to come as long as it is all about cleaning up her property.