BoroAware Partners with Adopt a Highway to Clean Up Route 206

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Pictured: Mary Tyson, Jane Staats, Liz Griffet and Deanna Cannatelli

The Hillsborough-Millstone Municipal Alliance, also known as BoroAWARE partnered with the NJ Adopt-a-Highway litter removal program to clean up a one mile stretch of Route 206 in Hillsborough. This is the fourth time volunteers from the Municipal Alliance have taken to the roadway, not only to clean up litter but to also assist in bringing awareness to all of the drug and alcohol prevention programs provided by the Alliance and their partners. Travelers on Route 206 on Saturday, October 20th may have seen the green signs at the beginning and the end of the mile where the clean up takes place in the spring and in the fall. Alliance members recently volunteered on a Saturday morning to complete the roadside clean up. Thankfully Hillsborough residents do keep the town pretty clean so we don’t have too much to do.

If you would like more information about the Alliance and what they do please go to the township page at www.BoroAWARE.org

For more information about the Adopt-a-highway program please go to their website at http://www.state.nj.us/transportation/community/cleanupnj/litter.shtm

“The Adopt-A-Highway Litter Removal Program offers volunteers an opportunity to clean up litter on New Jersey state highways. This public-spirited program extends the effectiveness of NJDOT’s ongoing effort to make state highways cleaner and more attractive and at the same time control the growing cost of litter removal.”

Thanks for helping us keep Hillsborough clean.

 

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