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Councilman Marks seeking volunteers for post-coronavirus community cleanup

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Baltimore County Councilman David Marks on Friday announced that his office would be scheduling a community cleanup, focusing on highways and streams, once the coronavirus emergency is over. He is seeking names of volunteers who might be interested.

“One of the biggest complaints our office receives is about the excessive garbage that piles up along our highways and in stream valleys,” said Councilman Marks. “It has gotten far worse over the past two or three years, particularly along routes such as Joppa Road and White Marsh Boulevard.”

This is a project that Councilman Marks was organizing before the coronavirus struck, and he emphasized that nothing will happen until the emergency is over.

“We are taking names and email addresses, that’s it,” Councilman Marks added. “Please do not send us places to clean up–we need the volunteers first, then will identify priorities.”

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If you are interested, email Councilman Marks at dmarks@baltimorecountymd.gov.

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