OB Town Council Meeting on Wednesday Feb 22 – Clean Up OB & Pie with the President

by on February 21, 2017 · 0 comments

in Culture, Environment, Media, Ocean Beach

Jon Carr doing his thing in this somewhat dated photo.

A variety of clean-up and graffiti abatement neighborhood groups and efforts have sprung up over the last few years to help polish up our community. The OB Town Council will be inviting representatives from these cleanup groups (CSI-OB and The OB Graffiti Taskforce) to attend their next Town Council meeting 7 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22 at the Masonic Hall at 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd.

From the OBTC website:

“Should I stop to pick up this piece of trash? Why did someone think it was OK to trash my community? Maybe someone else will pick this up? Wait – this is my neighborhood and I’m pitching in to make OB a bit cleaner!”

As Ocean Beach community members, we’ve all had these thoughts, and one of the things that makes OB so special is the quality of our community and that we take care of OB and one another.

Cleaning up our community provides immediate and tangible results, improving our day-to-day quality of life, helping to protect the marine environment, and keeping residents engaged in neighborhood improvement activities. Cleaner streets and sidewalks not only boost neighborhood pride, but also help fight crime. Time and time again, in cities across our nation, crime rates have dropped after cleanup and beautification efforts. A trash-free flower bed is not just pretty landscaping, it is a sign of a community that cares…and we hope you will attend to learn more and get involved with respecting OB and taking care of our community.

We’ll also conclude our meeting with the 4th Annual Pie with the President – bring you favorite pie and share a slice with your neighbors and friends


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