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Leaders Against Litter Event Kicks-Off Montgomery’s Great American Cleanup

Montgomery Clean City Commission launched Leaders Against Litter, a citywide event that showcases our community leaders and elected officials leading the way in our charge against litter.

Post Date:03/28/2018 3:28 PM

MONTGOMERY -- Montgomery Clean City Commission launched Leaders Against Litter, a citywide event that showcases our community leaders and elected officials leading the way in our charge against litter. 

 This initiative raises awareness about how Montgomery’s pervasive litter problem affects our community by inviting leaders to observe the problem first-hand by cleaning up a local roadway and educating participants about the direct and indirect costs and damage caused by litter. Fourteen local leaders met in the Normandale area this morning to make a public commitment by signing a pledge to Stand up, Pick up and Speak Up in the fight against litter. Afterwards, these leaders along with MCCC board members and several other volunteers participated in a mini-cleanup along Winston Drive and behind Normandale Shopping Center.

The 2018 Leaders Against Litter include: Jannah Bailey, Executive Director, Child Protect;
Daryl Bailey, District Attorney, Montgomery County; Anthony Brock, Head of School, Valiant Cross;

Mark Bullock, Anchor, WSFA; Whitney Griswold Califf, Development Director, CACF;
Justin Hampton, Executive Director, Common Ground; Beverly D. Hill, Instructional Systems Specialist, Maxwell AFB; Tracy Larkin, Councilman District 3, City of Montgomery; Amanda Miller, Executive Director, Montgomery Clean City Commission; Isaiah Sankey, County Commissioner District 4, Montgomery County; Adam Schrott, Executive Director, Downtown YMCA; Doug Singleton, County Commissioner District 5, Montgomery County; Carl Stockton, Chancellor, AUM; Christopher Turner, Asst. Director of Elections, Montgomery Election Center.

Designed to raise litter awareness and set an example for the citizens of Montgomery, this event kicked off our local Great American Cleanup, the nation’s largest community improvement program, for the month of April. For more information on Leaders Against Litter or to find out how to get involved with the Great American Cleanup, please contact MCCC Executive Director Amanda Miller at (334) 625-2175 or amiller@montgomeryal.gov.

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