1st District Supervisor Roger Gitlin announced today two additional partners have joined the Take a Bite Out of Blight program.
Recolology Del Norte and Rural Human Services of Crescent City will partner with Wal-Mart Crescent City store #1910 in assisting in cleaning up code-cited properties and removing eyesore debris, clutter, and trash and cutting back overgrown landscape around homes owned by the elderly and/or disabled in an effort to beautify neighborhoods throughout del norte county.
The first home will be brought up to code standard Thursday, May 9 at 10:00 at a location soon to be disclosed.
The Take a Bite Out of Blight program is a community outreach program working with the Del Norte County code enforcement department, in assisting families in tidying up their properties.
2 thoughts on “TAKE A BITE OUT OF BLIGHT”
I ask–if apartments can get dumpsters, why not a family on property to keep their trash taken care of?
You know it would be to our benefit if the Recology of Del Norte would actually let people who want to pay for 2 yd (fairly small) dumpster on a monthly basis, and not have to pull a business license. That would most certainly keep properties from getting out of control as far as debris.