Wayland Cleans Up!
Rakes In Dough and Trash
Community Cleanup A Clean Sweep
Here are SOME photos from the cleanup day, April 18, 2009.
The Lowrys – Mike and Karen (above)– collected litter on Dudley Pond using a boat. They found the usual shoe, bottle, coffee cups… and a safe. The safe (two photos below), they discovered was cut open with a torch and was suspect enough to call the police, who are continuing to investigate.
Safe found just below the surface on Dudley Pond.
Wayland Police investigate a personal safe found submerged in Dudley Pond.
Wayland Cleans Up! organizer Cliff Kolovson (far right) – and part of his clean up crew that worked at the Whole Foods parking lot and wetlands off to the west. From left are Luke Boudreau, Peter and Dez McAuley, Sam Kolovson, Gerry Boudreau, Ilene Knopping-Kolovson. Also helping there were Greg and Michael Burke and Betsy Moyer.
Paul and Mandy Dennis pick up litter at Hannah Williams Playground.
Alexander Dennis finds some small bits of litter and clothing at Hannah Williams Playground.
The family also worked along the eastbound side of Rte. 30.
The Dennis children collect trash at Hannah Williams Playground
Joan Blair, Betsy Salzberg and Sandy Coy not only gathered more than 5 bags of litter from Pelham Island Road and the access road to the Town Building, they found $20 in various size bills among the litter.