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Coastal Cleanup in Pasco set for Sept. 21

The 23rd annual Pasco County Coastal Cleanup is from 8 a.m. to noon Sept. 21. Last year, more than 1,400 volunteers picked up more than 13 tons of debris from shorelines, lakes, rivers and streets. Clean-up areas include Anclote Gulf, Aripeka Elks Lodge, Baillie's Bluff/Strauber Memorial Highway, Dade City, San Antonio, Cotee River, Gulf Harbors, Hudson Beach, Lacoochee, Land O' Lakes, Moon Lake Road, Old Dixie Highway, Old Pasco Road, Pasco Palms Preserve, Port Hudson Marina, Rowan Road, Signal Cove, Starkey Boulevard, Trouble Creek Road, Quail Hollow Boulevard, Waterfront Park, Werner-Boyce Salt Springs State Park and Wesley Chapel District Park. To get a list of team captains, contact Pasco County Recycling at (727) 856-4539 or email

Dade City locations include the corner of Roosevelt Avenue and Wilson Street; the corner of Avondale Avenue and 20th Street; the corner of 4th Street and Pasco Avenue; and the North 7th Street parking lot, behind Del Carmen restaurant. The following items cannot be accepted: tires, appliances, paint, flammables and hazardous materials. Sign up by emailing (352) 523-5050.

Coastal Cleanup in Pasco set for Sept. 21 09/13/13 [Last modified: Friday, September 13, 2013 1:11pm]
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