About 35 City staff, including the Mayor and a Councilman, picked up dozens of bags of litter Wednesday, April 20, 2022, during the City of Lenoir Spring Employee Litter Sweep.
City staff have been participating in Litter Sweep every spring and fall the past few years. In addition to staff from City Hall, Fire, and Police, Mayor Joe Gibbons and Councilman Jonathan Beal and his wife and daughter helped pick up trash along several streets around town.
Staff collected litter on Main Street, Old North Road, Virginia Street, Fairview Drive, Overlook Drive, Finley Avenue, Greenhaven Drive, and Broadway Street. Staff picked up 66 bags of litter and two tires.
Clean Caldwell Day is tomorrow, Saturday, April 23. Join your friends and neighbors and help keep Lenoir and Caldwell County clean and beautiful. Read more about Clean Caldwell Day at https://bit.ly/2RjRUXr.
Traditionally scheduled for the last two weeks of April and September, Litter Sweep is the N.C. Department of Transportation’s biannual statewide roadside litter removal initiative. Residents throughout the state participate in local efforts to help clean up North Carolina's roadways. Learn more about Litter Sweep at http://bit.ly/2I6rXER.
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