• CLEAN-UP CONTINUES IN CREWE
    Team Effort Crewe Police Chief Al Ferrer (left), Mayor Phil Miskovic, Public Works Director Tony Shelton (left), and councilwoman Jess Faas were among those ‘pitching-in and picking-up’ all kinds of debris in clean-up effort on Jan. 16th.

CLEAN-UP CONTINUES IN CREWE

Community comes together for Operation NEAT

NEXT EVENT IS PLANNED FOR APRIL 17th

Crewe officials, staff, and volunteers collected more than three tons of trash during the Town’s first Neighborhood Enhancement Action Team (NEAT) Clean-Up on Saturday, January 16th.

Total waste collected: 75 tires weighing a total of 2,160 pounds; 300 pounds of metal; and 3,940 pounds of other trash.

Participants included Mayor Phil Miskovic and Councilmembers Anne Stinson and Jess Faas; Town Manager Brian Thrower; Chief of Police Al Ferrer; and Public Works and administrative staff. Volunteers pitching-in included Mr. and Mrs. Crawford, who moved to Crewe five months ago; and Ayden Thrower, the Town Manager’s 11-year-old son

Ṡpeaking to the initiative, Mayor Miskovic said, “Town leadership and staff are focused on eliminating blight in Crewe. Cleaning up our town makes Crewe a place where people want to live, work, and visit. I encourage everyone -- from individuals to churches to businesses and community organizations -- to get involved. Come out to the next clean-up, or just pick-up trash along your road. Every little bit helps.”

 

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