We love Greenville and we want to help keep it BEAUTIFUL. Check out this great 2013 Litter Campaign Plan and get ready to help us keep Greenville sparkling!
From our Friends at the City of Greenville:
2013 Litter Campaign
City-Wide Clean-Up Days:
Saturday, April 6 and October 5, 2013 from 8:00 to 12:00
Rain Date, April 13 & October 12 from 8:00 to 12:00
Celebration Lunch and Awards Presentation at Schelben Park 12:30
Chairman: Lynn Cox, 390-3974, firstname.lastname@example.org
Procedure for April 6th Clean Up Day:
Ward Councilmen and/or Ward Chairmen will have friendly competition among the six wards to see who can collect the most bags of trash. Each ward shall:
- Enlist groups to clean up from 8:00 to 12:00 (all KGB members will help!)
- Scout out littered places in your ward & assign to the groups
- Gloves and bags will be at dumpster sites in each ward and groups may pick them up beginning at 7:30 on April 6th.
- Filled bags should be returned to their ward’s designated dumpster site to KGB members who will count bags before groups put them in the dumpster.
- Contact numbers of available trucks will be provided for volunteers who do not have trucks and need their bags delivered to their dumpster sites
- Ward with the most filled bags returned will be recognized at the Celebration Lunch and at a City Council Meeting. Ward name will be engraved on a plaque and a certificate will be given to the group!
- FYI…dumpsters will be at designated site for a week (April 5th to April 12th).
- Celebration Lunch: Schelben Park. Saturday, April 6 at 12:30 Lunch will be served by KGB members and Mayor’s Youth Council.
Bands, cheerleaders, Mayor and councilmen will be a part of the celebration.
Litterbug Reporting: Lynn Cox, 390-3974
Washington County citizens are asked to report litterbugs by calling the Police Department 662-378-1515. When they see a person littering, they are to report the license plate number, type of car, location and date of incident, and what was thrown out of the car or what flew out of the back of pickup trucks. A letter will be sent to the litterbug telling them they were seen littering and if caught in the future, they can be fined up to $250 for littering. Police and Sheriff’s departments have been asked to ticket for littering.