Monthly archive for June 2021

Cleanup scheduled for Riverwalk Park

New Castle News – This week’s Wednesday downtown cleanup location will be the Riverwalk Park.  Volunteers should meet at the park next to The Confuence at 8:30 a.m. There they will help trim the landscape, pull out bushes, plant new plants, clear some riverfront views (small saws

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PA Agencies Promote ‘Litter Enforcement Corridors’

The Post – KING OF PRUSSIA PA – Pennsylvania hopes drivers will avoid littering along state highways. That message isn’t new, but its specified “Litter Enforcement Corridors” are relatively recent. The zones in which penalties for littering are significantly higher were locally promoted Thursday (June 10, 2021) by a

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PennDOT, Pennsylvania State Police, DEP, and Keep PA Beautiful Highlight Anti-Littering Efforts, Including Litter Enforcement Corridors

EIN Presswire – King of Prussia, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), and Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful (KPB) collaborated today along a Philadelphia region litter enforcement corridor on U.S. 202 (Parkway) to highlight anti-littering efforts,

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Residents encouraged to ‘Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful’

The Leader Vindicator – While littering and illegal dumping are often discussed as social or environmental problems, rarely do we think about their economic impact. Over five years, 2014 through 2018, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) spent over $65 million removing litter from within highway rights-of-way.

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Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Invites Local Residents to Partner with Municipalities to Adopt a Road or Area to Help Reduce Litter and Associated Cleanup Costs

(June 10, 2021) While littering and illegal dumping are often discussed as social or environmental problems, rarely do we think about their economic impact. Over five years, 2014 through 2018, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) spent over $65 million removing litter from within highway rights-of-way. The

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York mayor names new chief of staff

York Daily Record – Mayor Michael R. Helfrich has appointed a new of Chief of Staff for the City of York. Collin Holder will replace Philip Given, who served in the position since January 2018, according to a press release from the Mayor’s office. “Collin Holder has

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