56 volunteers took part in inaugural event
The City of Loganville is looking for a few good volunteers to help make the second annual Citywide Cleanup Day even more of a success than last year’s event.
“I volunteered in a few cleanup efforts over the years, and I just thought as mayor, it would be good to help put together a more organized cleanup effort on behalf of the city,” Mayor Rey Martinez said. “It was part of my promise to the citizens when I took office that I would work to help beautify our great town. We had a spectacular first cleanup last year, but I am hoping for an even bigger turnout this year.”
The inaugural Citywide Cleanup Day took place last year just before the impact of COVID-19 set in locally. That first event welcomed 56 volunteers who helped clean up 6.75 curb miles of roadway in Loganville, picking up more than 102 bags of trash.
Organizers invite church and civic groups, neighborhood associations and all residents who want to help beautify the city to come out. Vests, trash bags and trash grabbers will be provided by the city.
Those interested are invited to come to City Hall beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, March 6, where designated areas will be assigned. For more information, email email@example.com