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Posted on: May 3, 2022

City of Waynesboro Hosts City-Wide Clean Up

Clean and Beautiful Campaign

The City of Waynesboro celebrated Georgia Cities Week 2022 with a number of events that our citizens really came out and supported. City officials, city employees, local businesses, nonprofits, and other community stake holders cleaned up the streets participating in Waynesboro’s Clean and Beautiful Campaign. Block by block our city benefited from the goodwill and comradery shown by everyone picking up trash keeping our city clean.  The outpouring of support and participation from the citizens of Waynesboro during Georgia Cities Week from all neighborhoods is proof positive of the pride and care we have for every community in our city.  

Clean and Beautiful Campaign participants: Vice Mayor James Jones, Council Members William Tinley and Willie Williams, City Manager Valerie Kirkland, Asst. City Manager Trinetta Skinner, Shelley Broxton with the Planning and Development Department and staff, Reggie Hanton and Lakisha Golff with the Public Works Department and staff, Leonides Miranda with Jacobs and staff, CISBC-FC Exec. Director Teresa Carter with Legacy Youth Leadership Group and staff, Coaches David Skinner and Vonetta Parham with Burke County Lady Bears Volleyball Team and staff, Keith Dutterer and Jada Humphrey and staff from Ingevity, Cedric Carswell and members from Living Word Faith Center

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