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County Executive Olszewski announces Baltimore County Litter Blitz 2024

TOWSON, MD—Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski has announced the launch of BaltCo Litter Blitz 2024 and is seeking residents and organizations to team up and tackle litter in the county.

The effort will run from April to May, and will involve community cleanups and a map-based record of cleanup efforts.

Participating groups can register their events and indicate whether they need volunteers, and volunteers can find contact details on the BaltCo Litter Blitz website.

The website also provides information on the Adopt-a-Road program, which allows registered groups to pick up litter along a designated section of county road at least four times a year.

Commercial and private enterprises, families and individuals can also get involved through the county’s litter-smart business program, which offers resources for effective waste management.

“A clean Baltimore County is a healthy and thriving Baltimore County, and Earth Month is a great reminder to everyone that we can make a difference in our neighborhoods and waterways,” said County Executive Olszewski. “We all have a responsibility to take care of and be good stewards of the environment, and working together to keep our communities litter free is a win for everyone.”

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

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