Harrison, Gusiciora and Former NBA Star Greg Grant to Clean Up William G. Cook School Area
Trenton, NJ –
East Ward Councilman Joe Harrison has wasted no time settling in, getting to work and getting things done for the residents of the East Ward.
The Councilman has partnered with Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora and Former NBA star and Trenton native Greg Grant for an all-star effort to clean up the William G. Cook School, located near Cuyler and Walnut Avenue, and the surrounding area on Saturday, August 18th starting a 9 A.M.
The abandoned building is to undergo much needed aesthetic maintenance. While the fate of the building is still unknown, Councilman Harrison and the Mayor agree that the area cannot continue to be an eyesore for Wilbur Section residents.
The cleanup is part of an ongoing effort of Mayor Reed Gusciora and his administration to get back to the basics of cleaning up the city of trash and debris and to crack down on illegal dumping.
Neighbors and volunteers are encouraged to show up, help out and lend a hand.
“We are all in this together, it’s our city and I am very thankful that the Mayor and his team fast-tracked this so we can get this cleaned up and the surrounding alleyways and to have Greg Grant join us shows just how much he cares about our city. This will be the first of many throughout the East Ward as long as I’m on council explained Harrison”
On Saturday Cuyler Avenue will be closed from E. State St. to Winder Avenue. Walnut Avenue will be closed between South Walter Avenue and Cuyler Ave from 8 AM to 3 PM.
Anyone looking to help out can show up on Saturday from 9 AM until 3 PM.
For more info contact Anderew Bobbit, Aide to the Mayor at 609-989-3809.
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