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Fallbrook Beautification Alliance names new board and projects

 

Last updated 2/11/2018 at 8:22pm

The new FBA board includes, from left, Julie Gipner, Noelle Denke, Jean Dooley, Shirley Fender, Karen Feyler, Mary Jo Bacik, Cate Robinson, Harry Clyde, Jerri Patchett, and Marta Donovan. Board members not pictured are Heather Howard and Lacy Schwartz.

FALLBROOK - The Fallbrook Beautification Alliance has announced its new board and executive directors, along with project priorities for 2018. FBA will be starting the year with the major task of re-landscaping much of the South Mission Medians adding flowering plants and permanent ground covers.

Fallbrook's historic downtown sidewalks are now lined with colorful flower pots, which the FBA will continue to maintain, along with the East Mission Military Memorial and Pico Promenade.

The group will once again host two community wide cleanup events, in the spring and fall, engaging families, businesses and individuals to remove trash from Fallbrook streets. The household battery disposal program will be expanded to include a third drop off location, in addition to current sites at Albertson's and Major Market.

The dedicated graffiti removal team will continue to work closely with the Sheriff's Department having spent close to 14 hours per month removing unsightly tags and scrawl last year. Volunteers will continue to regularly clean and polish over 30 pieces of public art.

Anyone interested in helping with any of these initiatives, or in making a donation to help offset the costs of the work, can visit fallbrookbeautification.org and make a difference.

 

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