16th annual Trash Bash to help clean up northwest Cape Coral neighborhood April 21, 2011

Come by boat or by car to the 16th annual Trash Bash in Cape Coral’s northwest neighborhood on Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Burnt Store Boat Ramp at 230 Burnt Store Road South.
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April 11, 2012 - PRLog -- Come by boat or by car to the 16th annual Trash Bash in Cape Coral’s northwest neighborhood on Saturday, April 21, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to noon at the Burnt Store Boat Ramp, located at 230 Burnt Store Road South, just north of Ceitus Parkway. Northwest Cape Coral area residents and property owners team up with the City’s Code Enforcement unit, the Cape Coral Police Department and its Marine Enforcement unit to clean up trash from empty properties and canals and forge strong relationships.

Residents may pick up free trash bags and commemorative T-shirts beginning at 8:30 a.m. at the Burnt Store Boat Ramp and then go to known problem areas or an area of their choice from north of Pine Island Road and west of El Dorado Boulevard to collect trash. Large dumpsters will be conveniently located at the Burnt Store Boat Ramp and on Yucatan Blvd. at Burnt Store Road to receive collected trash for disposal.

At noon, participants will return to the Boat Ramp to enjoy a community pizza party. The annual event is held in conjunction with the Keep Lee County Beautiful and the national Great American Cleanup Earth Day events. Working together, the northwest Trash Bash has consistently had the largest turnout in the county.  

“Our neighborhood has greatly improved its appearance over just a few years ago, with stronger trash containment laws and more resident awareness in keeping litter down year around,” said event co-coordinator, Rick Williams. “We actively urge homeowners and businesses to be vigilant about keeping their properties free of trash that can blow around and get trapped in vegetation.”

Absentee property owners and Realtors® who have not checked on old “for sale” signs recently are advised to recheck on them to ensure they are still standing. Old, fallen signs have been a big area litter problem in the past and will be discarded if they are on the ground.    

Three major sponsors—Domino’s Pizza at 3904 Skyline Blvd., Keep Lee County Beautiful, and Abate Pest Control—have provided free pizza, food, cold water, soft drinks and other items for 15 years to make the event possible.

For more information, call David Scott (239-246-7508) or Rick Williams (239-898-5004).

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