Community and Duquesne Student Volunteers will be picking up litter along Carson Street and surrounding side streets. Along with the litter pickup, community volunteers will also be removing graffiti from designated properties if weather permits.
Registration starts at 9:30 a.m. at the parking lot at 18th Street and East Carson. Registration and volunteers breakfast will run from 9:30 to 10 a.m. Clean up activities will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Local restaurants will provide a free lunch for volunteers at the 18th Street and East Carson parking lot. For more details or to sign up for the event, call Sarah Alessio at the Pennsylvania Resources Council at 412-488-7490 ext. 236 or email saraha@ ccicenter.org.
The South Side Community Council's Graffiti Watch Action will also be removing graffiti from designated properties with the help of Duquesne student volunteers if weather permits. Paint-Out volunteers will also meet at the 18th Street and East Carson parking lot at 9:30am. In order to have graffiti removed from private property the owner has to sign a permission form allowing the Graffiti Watch to do so.
Anyone wanting to volunteer needing a copy of the permission form or for more information about graffiti removal and prevention contact Graffiti Watch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Steve Root at 412-496-2272.
The Fifth Annual South Side Spring Cleanup is sponsored by Duquesne University Spiritan Campus Ministry, in a partnership with the Pennsylvania Resources Council, and the South Side Local Development Company. 2009 Spring Cleanup Sponsors include: Representative Harry Readshaw, Councilman Bruce Kraus, Caribou Coffee, PennDOT and Allegheny CleanWays.