Volunteers cleaned up Juneau

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - In an event sponsored by Juneau Litter Free, volunteers went out Saturday in the annual city-wide cleanup day.

    Volunteers were asked to pick up any public area there was litter.

    An officer with Juneau Litter Free, Laurie Sica, said it was a great day during the clean-up.

    Sica said a special thanks goes out to waste management for their help in the event, as well as reporting that 22,590 pounds of trash was picked up.

     

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