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Neighborhood Clean-ups and Tech to Town

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At the March 24, 2017 City Council Meeting, Keep Lubbock Beautiful Staff Liaison Raquel Mullen along with Stuart Walker, Director of City of Lubbock Code Enforcement presented an update on neighborhood clean-up events along with the upcoming Tech to Town event.

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Neighborhood Clean-ups and Tech to Town

  1. 1. 2017 Update: Neighborhood Clean-ups and Tech to Town Participating City Organizations: • Solid Waste...Penny Morin • Keep Lubbock Beautiful (KLB)…Raquel Mullen • Code Administration…Stuart Walker
  2. 2. Scheduling a Clean-up Contact: • Raquel Mullen • 775-3149 City will provide: • Gloves • Trash Bags • Trash Picker Tools • Roll off Containers
  3. 3. Previously Held Events in 2017 Week of February 20th through February 24th • Retention Lake, 50th Street and Avenue A • Solid Waste and Codes Administration Saturday, March 4th • Habitat for Humanity…N. Guava Housing Development Week of March 13th through March 17th STAR Program • Chatman Hill • Dunbar/Manhattan March 21st and 22nd • Retention Lake, 50th Street and Avenue A • Solid Waste and Codes Administration
  4. 4. Scheduled Clean-ups Saturday, March 25th • Arnett Benson Neighborhood • Parkway-Cherry Point Neighborhood • Bean Neighborhood (Lubbock Dream Center) Saturday, April 8th (Tentative) • Guadalupe and Mahon Neighborhoods Saturday, April 22nd • Tech to Town Saturday, April 29th (Tentative) • Jackson Neighborhood Saturday, May 13th (Tentative) • Bean Neighborhood Saturday, May 20th • Heart of Lubbock
  5. 5. Tech to Town Saturday, April 22nd Sponsoring Organizations: • Texas Tech University • Student Government Association • Office of the President • City of Lubbock • Offices of the Mayor and City Council • Office of the City Manager • Solid Waste • Keep Lubbock Beautiful • Code Administration • Citibus • Parks
  6. 6. Proposed Projects for Tech to Town McAllister Park • 200 Volunteers Canyon Lake System (Lake 3) • 150 Volunteers Canyon Lake System (Lake 6) • 2 Clean-up Projects • 300 Volunteers (150 at each location) Neighborhood Clean-up • Neighborhood to be Determined • 50 Volunteers
  7. 7. Tentative Schedule of Events 8:00 am Volunteer Check-in Begins 8:45 am Program Begins Welcome/Comments TTU President Lawrence Schovanec Lubbock Mayor Daniel M. Pope 9:30 am Load Buses and Depart for Project Sites 10:00 am Arrive at Project Sites 12:00 pm Volunteers Return to Campus 12:30 pm Closing Ceremony and Lunch 1:30 pm Tech to Town Administrative Staff Wrap-up 2:00 pm TTU Baseball vs. Oklahoma State
  8. 8. Questions?

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