Last month, a new roadside litter initiative was launched in Berkeley County, W.Va. The program is an expansion of the county’s community service program, which coordinates individuals’ completion of court-imposed community service hours.
Since the launch, more than 330 bags of roadside litter have been collected. This week, the initiative is expanding to clean up the roads in Butts Mill, Delmar Orchard and Harlan Springs.
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More than 330 bags of roadside litter have been collected in Berkeley County, W.Va., since last month's launch of a cleanup initiative overseen by the county's community-service program.
Roads slated to be targeted for cleanup this week include Butts Mill, Delmar Orchard and Harlan Springs roads, program supervisor Mike Laing said.
Motorists are asked to take precautions and be alert for pedestrians and stopped vehicles between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. during litter-collection efforts.