Cory A. Booker Mayor
Municipal Council Mildred C. Crump Council President Member-At-Large Luis Quintana Vice President Augusto Amador Member, East Ward Carlos M. Gonzalez Member-At-Large Oscar S. James, II Member, South Ward Donald M. Payne, Jr. Member-At-Large Luis A. Quintana Vice President Member-At-Large Anibal Ramos, Jr. Member, North Ward Ronald C. Rice Member, West Ward Dana Rone Member, Central Ward
Gateway to a Cleaner Newark
COMMUNIT Y CLEANUP & OCTOBERFEST
Michelle L. Thomas Acting Business Administrator
W J E RSEY NE
M U NITIE S
October 2, 2008
9:00am - 2:00pm
Mayor Cory A. Booker Hosted by the City of Newark and the New Jersey Clean Communities Council, Inc.
Integrity House of Newark, New Jersey
New Jersey Transit, ’06 Gateway Cleanup New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, ’03 Gateway Cleanup
Printed on Recycled Paper
New Jersey Clean Communities is a grassroots, community-driven, statewide litter abatement program funded by the Clean Communities Act to reduce litter in the Garden State. The New Jersey Clean Communities Council and the state departments of Environmental Protection and Treasury manage the program.
Gateway to a Cleaner Newark
COMMUNITY CLEANUP & OCTOBERFEST
Join others who live and work in Newark on Thursday, October 2nd, from 9:00am-2:00pm, in a cleanup of the city. • Enjoy a wholesome activity with people who care!
Name of Business/Organization/Individual:
Phone: Fax: E-mail:
Bears Mascot Gateway Cleanup ‘06
In keeping with its charge to work with municipalities and counties to keep New Jersey clean, the New Jersey Clean Communities Council has formed a statewide Urban Cleanup Team. On October 4th, the Council is teaming up with the City of Newark to clean public lands. The cleanup is a competition among teams of volunteers who vie for Golden Broom Awards. Awards are based on the amount of litter and recyclables picked up.
• Compete for Golden Broom and Trash Awards! • Take home ’08 Gateway Cleanup tee-shirts and Clean Communities tote bags! • Feel good about making Newark cleaner! Cleanup Locations: gateways and neighborhoods; or you may choose your own spot to clean.
My business/organization will be a sponsor of Gateway to a Cleaner Newark. Please contact me for more information: K yes K no My business/organization will provide a team/s of volunteers to participate in the cleanup: K yes K no Approximate number of volunteers you expect to participate I plan to participate and would like to be placed on a team: K yes K no Send registration forms to: Brenda Anderson City of Newark Office of Recycling 62 Frelinghuysen Ave Newark, NJ 07114
9:00am-10:00am . . . .Registration, Lincoln Park, Newark 10:00am-10:30am Remarks
10:30am-1:00pm . . . .Cleanup, travel by bus to clean sites 1:00pm-2:00pm . . . .Lunch and Awards, Lincoln Park, Newark
Information: 973-733-6683 Deadline: Teams must pre-register by September 30, 2008. Individuals may register the day of the event.
Newark Public Schools ’04 Gateway Cleanup