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Residents work to keep SR-76 clean


Last updated 12/23/2020 at 2:18pm

trash collected on side of road

On westbound SR-76, trash collected by local residents includes four full white Caltrans and seven full black bags plus miscellaneous trash/debris equivalent to 13 full Caltrans bags.

BONSALL – Keep Fallbrook Litter Free Zone 15 captain Joe Beyer made his monthly report for the Support Bonsall & Fallbrook Team on their clean up of SR-76 from Wednesday, Nov. 30 to Monday, Dec. 14, detailing the team's efforts in an email.

trash bags by side of the road

Long after cleanup work along eastbound SR-76 was completed for the day, three full Caltrans bags and trash/debris equivalent to one bag sit on the side of the road ready to be picked up.

"We are still at it for Caltrans and San Diego County Public Works, working far, far separated due coronavirus guidelines," Beyer wrote. They filled 13 bags on the westbound side of 76 and four bags on the eastbound side for a grand total of 17 bags which is the largest amount of trash/debris collected by far for them in a month's time.

All bags and trash/debris equivalents were picked up in both directions on or about Friday, Dec. 11. Since the period ran until Monday, Dec. 14, Beyer now has trash/debris at home being detailed, sorted to blue and green appropriate recycling containers with the remainder waiting for the next cleanup period to be taken away.

Their next scheduled clean up period is Wednesday, Dec. 30 to Monday, Jan. 11. They will follow Caltrans' parameters for holiday collections.

"We will keep charging forward thanks to the super support in allowing our Caltrans bags and equivalents to remain out on proud display during our collection period informing motorists 'do not trash California, please!'" Beyer said.


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