Supervisors take steps to fight litter: Pike board agrees to put...
“Last year we had some 400 volunteers picking up whatever was on the road”
Pike County supervisors will buy camouflaged cameras to put at illegal dump sites and look into establishing an adopt-a-road program, they agreed Tuesday. via Enterprise-Journal
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#1 Feb 9, 2008
I would be interested in finding out more about how to help with the litter problem in addition to picking up in March and May. Are "No Littering" signs possible? What about garbage receptacles at intersections? Who should be asked?
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