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Richmond Scores 20% of Top Ten Trash Hot Spots in The Bay Area - Coastal Cleanup Day Tomorrow

Saturday, September 20, California Coastal Clean-up at Shimada Park, Marina Bay, part of the statewide coastal clean-up day. 8:30 a.m. 12 noon

Meet at Shimada Friendship Park in Richmond (Exit 580 at Marina Bay Parkway to the bay)

 

Help clean-up Richmond's Shoreline and Marshlands **Free BBQ at Noon** Sign in at Shimada Park at 8:30 a.m.

Wear old clothes, sturdy shoes, bring gloves, and a refillable water bottle

 

For more information contact:

Kate Rauch - Office of Supervisor John Gioia, (510) 374-3231 Lucy Kihlstrom - Richmond Shoreline Citizen Response, (510) 234-5639.

 

Sponsored by the Office of Supervisor John Gioia, City of Richmond, The Watershed Project, and the Richmond Shoreline Citizen Response

 

Richmond has two of the Top 10 Bay Trash Hot Spots this year.  To see visuals of creeks "ravaged by litter and shopping carts" go to the map at  http://savesfbaygallery.org/hotspots08/index.html and click on Baxter Creek and Cerrito Creek bordered by Richmond, Albany and El Cerrito.