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11/10/2004 - October 2004 Community Court Statistics

October 2004 Community Court Statistics Released


WATERBURY, CT, November 9, 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 October 2004.


In October, Community Court assisted in the cleanup of 14 neighborhoods throughout Waterbury and worked a total of 1,339 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 October, Community Court helped make significant strides in Waterbury’s War on Blight.”


In September, the following cleanups occurred:

  • 10 hours were spent in Berkeley/Warner/Long, litter picking on Berkeley Avenue
  • 60 hours were spent in Brooklyn, litter picking on Fifth Street and cleanup at the VFW at 904 Bank Street
  • 46 hours were spent in Brookside, on Huntingdon Road
  • 50 hours were spent in Bucks Hill, litter picking Cemetery Road, and litter picking and removing trash from Boyden Street
  • 2 hours were spent in Bunker Hill, litter picking on Rossette Street
  • 173 hours were spent in the Central Business District, including litter picking East Main Street, Brook Street, West Main Street, State Street, and Grand Street; cleaning Leavenworth, Center Street, Printer’s Court, the Waterbury Green, and Phoenix Ave./Savings Street; and clearing weeds from the planters at South Main, Bank and Grand Streets
  • 225 hours were spent in Crownbrook including litter picking on North Main Street, the corner lot on Easton Ave and North Main Street, Bronson Street, Bishop Street, Aetna Street, Burton Street, Brewster Street, and Easton Street; clearing trash from City lots on North Main Street(opposite Griggs Street and opposite Division Street), Elizabeth Street, West Farms Street and Hazel Street
  • 76 hours were spent in the East End, including litter picking along Plank Road, Crosby Street, and Taylor Street, cleaning East Main, and clearing trash from Reidville Drive
  • 58 hours were spent in Hillside, including litter picking Lower Cooke Street and clearing trash from Hillside Avenue
  • 181 hours were spent in NEW/PAC, litter picking on Robinson Street, North Main Street, Griggs Street, City Lots across from 82 Griggs Street, Division Street, and North Walnut Street, and cleaning East Farms Street
  • 24 hours were spent in Overlook, litter picking on Tower Road
  • 25 hours were spent in the South End, litter picking on Mill Street, Jewelry Street, and West Liberty Street; cleanup on Benedict Street
  • 119 hours were spent in St. Margaret’s/Willow, litter picking on Ludlow Street, Sperry Street, Plaza Avenue, Wildwood Avenue and Elmwood Street; cleanup of Lincoln Street including lots, and Elmwood Street
  • 172 hours were spent at St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchens, The Salvation Army, the Children’s Community School, and the Greater Waterbury Interfaith Ministries
  • 118 hours were spent in WOW, litter picking on Catherine Avenue, Wall Street, William Street, North Elm Street, Walnut Street; and cleanup of Walnut Street, Young Street, Webb Street, Laurel Street, Welton Street, and High Street


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