ADOPT A SPOT
Help keep Mandeville litter free by adopting an area to keep clean! This program offers civic groups, businesses, church groups, families, etc. to cleanup their requested spot at least 4 times per year for a period of 2 years. KMB supplies grabbers, safety vests, bags & first-aid kits. Signage with the group's name is posted at their spot. If interested in adopting a spot, email email@example.com or call Mary Begue at 504-400-0984.
The MEDIAN at HEAVENS DR. & HWY. 22 needs to be ADOPTED!
Call Daryl Taylor, Constable Ward 4 at 985-630-0407.
Check out www.stpgov.org
KEEP COVINGTON BEAUTIFUL
PAPER SHREDDING DAY, APRIL 22, 2017
Too many paper files? Wondering how to dispose of it? Don’t throw them away!
Keep Covington Beautiful is sponsoring a Paper Shredding Day on April 22 to celebrate Earth Day 2017. The event will take place from 9:00 a.m. to noon at A NEW LOCATION – in the parking lot behind City Hall, enter on W. 23rd Avenue. Covington area residents are invited tbring up to 3 boxes (approx. 10”H x 12”W x 18”L) of paper documents to be securely shredded on-site. This service will be provided at no charge in partnership with the local company, i shred. The shredded paper will be recycled.
Additional information is available on the KCB website, www.keepcovingtonbeautiful.org,
985-867-3652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Curbside Recycling is available for a fee by calling
Jim at Premier Waste for Curbside Recycling
St. Tammany Parish is working on parish wide recycling. If you want to help, call Rick Moore at 985-898-2535.
1. Urge your apartment complex owners to start a recycling program.
2. Urge your subdivisions to start curbside recycling.
3. Urge your cities to start curbside recycling.
Mandeville residents living inside city limits pay for curbside recycling, which is picked up every Wednesday, by Waste Connections - 985-781-3171.
Puppets with Purpose
Puppets with Purpose, is a series of two environmental puppet shows with original scripts, props and songs. Preschool and elementary school students follow colorful characters such as Sir Razzle Dazzle, Lily and Greenie on adventures learning why litter is not only ugly but harmful to wildlife and can pollute the water. They also learn that when we recycle we save energy and beautiful trees. This past year, over 2,920 children and adults saw the puppet shows which travels to local schools. To book a puppet show email email@example.com.