ROSELLE PARK, NJ - The Borough of Roselle Park held their fall cleanup this past Saturday, with the help of 115 exuberant residents joining in.
Mayor Joseph Signorello III, and Councilmembers Joseph DeIorio, William Fahoury, Jayme Lynn Negron, along with volunteers from Daisy, Brownie and Girl Scout Troops 40028, 40038, 4070, 40184, 40230, 40318, 40773, 40807, 40998, Cub Pack 56, Boy Scout Troop 56, Knights of Columbus Monsignor Joseph F. Loreti Council 3240, and the Roselle Park High School Garden Club / PTSA all contributed their time and energy to pick up litter throughout the town.
Mayor Signorello spoke to the participants before they headed out to their assigned locations and thanked everyone for their attendance.
The event was organized by Certified Clean Communities Coordinator Michele LoManto in part with the NJ Clean Communities Council, a statewide comprehensive litter-abatement program created by the passage of the Clean Communities Act in 1986.
“Our bi-annual town cleanups are always a fun way for our community to come together to tackle the issue of trash,” said LoManto. “Keeping our streets, parks and playgrounds as litter free as possible is very important and it's encouraging to know that we have a strong and supportive community who understands that litter is detrimental to the health and welfare of our environment.”
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