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FRESNO, CA-   Mayor Jerry Dyer announced a new anti-litter campaign today, a multi-media effort to encourage residents to do their part to keep Fresno clean by properly disposing their waste materials, such as paper wrappers, empty bottles and cans, and cigarette butts. The campaign theme is “Don’t Be A Litterhead” and

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Mayor Jerry Dyer announces million pound challenge

Mayor Jerry Dyer wants your help cleaning up 1 million pounds of trash from the streets of Fresno this year. He announced the million-pound challenge at Monday’s Beautify Fresno clean-up event. Volunteers took several hours collecting trash in parts of downtown, southeast and west Fresno. Now, thanks to Mayor Jerry Dyer’s

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Mayor Dyer Announces Million Pound Challenge

FRESNO, CA – Mayor Jerry Dyer announced his Million Pound Challenge for Beautify Fresno at a press conference this afternoon in downtown Fresno.  Mayor Dyer is calling on all Fresno residents to help Beautify Fresno collect a million pounds of trash from our streets, parks, alleys and trails in 2022. “I

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Mayor Announces Beautify Fresno Club Program

Mayor Jerry Dyer today announced that his Beautify Fresno initiative has started a program to establish Beautify Fresno Clubs in schools across the city. The announcement was made at the start of Fresno Youth Service Day today, an event bringing over 20 groups with nearly 800 students K-12 within Fresno

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Día mundial de la limpieza en Fresno fue todo un éxito

El primer evento Beautify Fresno en español se llevó a cabo el sábado 18 de septiembre en el marco del Día mundial de la limpieza. Con las palabras en español: “embellecer Fresno”, el alcalde de la ciudad Jerry Dyer, dio inicio al evento que partió desde la escuela primaria Storey

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The fifth Neighborhood Blitz to be held Saturday

Beautify Fresno will hold the fifth “Neighborhood Blitz” revitalization project in the Fresno High School – Fresno City College area. Mayor Jerry Dyer announced that the project will begin Thursday, August 19, and go until August 21. More than 100 volunteers are expected to attend the volunteer cleanup on Saturday.

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