Councilwoman McCraney and volunteers get ready for a cleanup in District 7
Louisville - Councilwoman Paula McCraney (D-7) and a group of volunteers have a special cleanup set for Sunday, October 4th at a median on Brownsboro Road between Rudy Lane and Northfield neighborhood. The cleanup begins at 3:30 p.m.
The median has become dangerous from dislocated rocks, and cars had to maneuver around them. Louisville Metro Public Works cleaned the larger debris from the median making the area safer to drive. Councilwoman McCraney and volunteers will clear the remaining debris and pull unsightly weeds from cracks in the median.
“With weed eaters in hand and trash bags in tow, we will clear median of rock debris, pull weeds and pick up litter. This is a fun way to be outside, breathe fresh air and leave a positive impact on our community,” stated Councilwoman McCraney
Councilman Scott Reed (R-16) and State Representative Tina Bojanowski will join the Councilwoman in the cleanup efforts.
“Rocks and litter can be problematic for drivers and could clog storm drains. I encourage residents to avoid throwing litter onto roadways and call my office if they see an area in need of attention. Together, we can maintain the attractiveness of District 7,” says McCraney.
Another cleanup will be scheduled this fall (date TBA) along Westport Road, and volunteers will be needed. To sign up to be a part of the District 7 Clean Team, contact Councilwoman McCraney’s office at 502-574-1107.