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9/17/2004 - August 2004 Community Court Statistics

August 2004 Community Court Statistics Released


WATERBURY, CT, September 17, 2004 --- The State of Connecticut Judicial Branch, Waterbury Community Court, and the Office of the Mayor released today cleanup statistics generated by the Waterbury Community Court for August 2004.


In August, Community Court assisted in the cleanup of 19 neighborhoods throughout Waterbury and worked a total of 1,962 hours.  Tasks included litter picking, trash removal, brush and weed cutting, cleanup of many City owned lots, as well as volunteering at soup kitchens and community centers.


“The cleanup effort by Waterbury’s Community Court continues to be impressive,” said Mayor Michael J. Jarjura.  “In August, they played a huge part in cleaning up the City and in preparing the City for the Thomas the Train Event.  I would encourage others in the City to take an active role in helping to maintain the work that this crew has done.”


In August, the following cleanups occurred:

  • 85 hours were spent in the Berkeley/Warner/Long Neighborhood, cleaning parts of Long Hill Road
  • 100 hours were spent in Brooklyn, cleaning and litter picking the cemetery wall at Summit-John-Green-Draher street
  • 23 hours were spent in Bucks Hill, litter picking and clearing trash on Boyden Street
  • 43 hours were spent in Bunker Hill, litter picking and clearing weeds on lower Bunker Hill Avenue, Genoa Street, Circuit Ave, and Watertown Ave.
  • 106 hours were spent in the Central Business District, including litter picking Grand Street, Bank Street, South Main Street, East Main Street, Freight Street, Union Street, West Main Street, Meadow Street, the City Lot at Judd and West Main Street, Leavenworth Street, Center Street, Printer’s Court, and State Street
  • 47 hours were spent in Crownbrook including litter picking on Tudor Street, Easton Avenue, West Farms and Hazel streets, York Street, and Burton Street
  • 227 hours were spent in the East End, including litter picking along East Main Street, Plank Road, Idylwood Avenue, the lot at the right of Assoc. Carpet, Wolcott Street, Austin Road and Progress Lane, Mulloy Road, Southmayd Road, and Store Avenue; and trash and brush removal on Reidville Drive
  • 87 hours were spent in Hillside, including cleaning Pine Street, litter picking on Lower Cooke Street, Mitchell Avenue, Frederick, Hillside Avenue, Glenridge Avenue; and trash removal from Hillside Avenue
  • 21 hours were spent in Hopeville, cleaning Market Street and Althea Street and Litter Picking Ann’s Deli at 1595 Baldwin Street
  • 40 hours were spent in NEW/PAC, litter picking on North Main Street, Division Street and Griggs Street; and cleanup on East Farms Street
  • 33 hours were spent in Overlook, litter picking on Woodlawn Terrace, lower Greenwood Avenue, and mid-Cooke Street
  • 32 hours were spent in Platts Mill, litter picking on Platts Mill Road
  • 8 hours were spent in Robinwood, cleaning Ledgeside Avenue
  • 109 hours were spent in the South End, litter picking on Mill Street, Laval Street, River Street, South Main Street, Jewelry Street, and West Clay Street; cleanup on Benedict Street
  • 269 hours were spent in St. Margaret’s/Willow, litter picking on Fairview Street, Upper Willow Street, Ludlow Street, Sperry Street, Willow Street, Manhan Street, Plaza Avenue, Wildwood Avenue, Elmwood Street and Chestnut Avenue; trash removal from the 300 Block of Willow Street; cleanup of Lincoln Street including lots, Wyman Street, and In and around St. Margaret’s Church
  • 18 hours were spent in Town Plot cleaning up Highview Street and the end of South Leonard Street
  • 226 hours were spent at St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchens and Cleanup of the Chase Center
  • 204 hours were spent in WOW, litter picking on Maple Street, North Elm Street, Wall Street, Cherry Avenue, Cherry Street, Catherine Avenue, and William Street; and cleanup of Irion Street, Oak Street, Giles Street, Walnut Avenue, Welton Street, Orange Street and Ward Street
  • 34 hours were spent in Washington Hill, cleaning Washington Street, Baldwin Street and litter picking on Fairmount Street
  • 250 hours were spent in Waterville, cleaning Thomaston Avenue and RR North from Colonial Plaza


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