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Volunteers can help tidy up part of 22nd Street in St. Petersburg

ST. Petersburg

Volunteers can help tidy up part of 22nd Street

Volunteers are needed for a regularly scheduled cleanup along the 22nd Street corridor from 10 a.m. to noon on Jan. 31.

Volunteers will work in groups to cover their assigned section of 22nd Street S.

Volunteers will meet at the 22nd Street Redevelopment office at 833 22nd St. S. Equipment will be provided. Volunteers are encouraged to bring gloves and wear comfortable shoes. For more information or to volunteer, call the 22nd Street Redevelopment Corp. at (727) 455-5130.

Martin Luther king day

Area closings for the federal holiday

Government

Courts: Not in session.

Post offices: Closed.

Federal, state and county offices: Closed.

City offices: Belleair Beach and Indian Shores are open on the holiday. All other city offices are closed.

Transportation

PSTA and DART: Normal Sunday schedule.

Public services

Banks: Closed.

Courts: Not in session.

Schools: Closed.

Libraries: Check your local library's holiday schedule at the Pinellas County Library Co-operative's Web site at www.pplc.us or call your local library.

Garbage pickup: Contact your local sanitation department or waste service provider for specifics on your garbage pickup.

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Volunteers can help tidy up part of 22nd Street in St. Petersburg 01/13/09 [Last modified: Tuesday, January 13, 2009 4:22pm]
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