Went after West Main St. from South St. to Cedar St. and rounded up 9 bags of misplaced items during an early morning stroll. Items of interest include a shovel, an igloo cooler without the lid and a hypodermic needle.
With the wonderful weather we had Saturday we were able to get clean up done along East Main St. and Cedar St. Google maps says that is about five miles one way and figure doing both sides of the streets while wandering off into the woods now and then it was quite a walk. The […]
495 corridor along Main St. cleaned up and gathered 17 bags of trash, a semi tire tread and a needle. Removed close to 30 pieces of trash from the Gateway Green median and found a massive amount of cigarette butts. Overall it was quite a productive day spreading smiles and thumbs up!
Another great day for a long stroll through town grabbing rubbish off the roadway while we walk. The final tally was 23 bags of trash. 1 tire. 8 diapers flung on the ground and into the trees – which was quite bothersome. A couple inflatable pool rafts, a sofa cushion and a lawn chair. Cleaned […]
Cedar St. revisited and removed 11 bags of trash and 1 tire. The cool autumn air and soft, yet brief kisses from the rain reminded me why I love this area. The few scenic pictures of the landscape that were taken only offer a glimpse of the beauty that surrounds us.
It was a great Labor Day Weekend doubleheader cleaning up Hopkinton roadways. First stop was Main St. from downtown to Ashland with 12 bags of trash, 1 tire, a life jacket and an axe were found. Second stop working from the Milford border to Granite St. along Hayden Rowe rounded up 11 bags of trash. […]
Ending summer on a high note clearing litter on Cedar St from Main St. to Southborough. Rounded up 25 bags of trash, 1 semi tire, an Audi headlight, snow shovel, car muffler and pulled fishing line and a hook out of a tree.
Keep Hopkinton Beautiful Fall Clean-Up – October 22, 2016. Stay tuned for more details!
Keep Massachusetts Beautiful – Thank you to the thousands of volunteers who participated in our 1st annual Great Massachusetts Cleanup. As the graphic below demonstrates, there is tremendous community spirit and pride here in Massachusetts. By banding together, we can beautify our landscape and send the message that litter has no place in our state. […]
Cedar St. cleanup from Main St. to Rafferty Rd yielded 25 bags of trash, 4 tires, a propane tank, hot water heater, a hypodermic needle, a front cross-member off a car and a few moments of quiet reflection at Hopkinton Reservoir.