The Community Clean-up day in Crows Landing on Sept. 17 was deemed a success after volunteers filled seven 40-yeard dumpsters of trash.
The effort was organized by Stanislaus County Supervisor Channce Condit, in the hopes that it will curb illegal dumping in some of the unincorporated areas of the county. The County paid for the dumpsters.
“Thrilled at the success of our second Crows Landing community clean-up in a year,” said Condit. “It enhances our community pride and discourages illegal dumps. I want to thank our amazing volunteers, Newman Fire Chief Keith Bowen, the Crows Landing Community Service District, and the Orestimba High School Interact Club.”