February 2006 Community Court Statistics Released
WATERBURY, CT, March 2, 2006 --- 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 February 2006.
In February, Community Court assisted in the cleanup of 8 neighborhoods throughout Waterbury and worked a total of 1272 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.
In February, the following cleanups occurred:
- 28 hours were spent in Brooklyn, litter picking West Porter Street and Bank Street.
- 22 hours were spent in Bunker Hill, litter picking Watertown Avenue.
- 48 hours were spent in the East End litter picking Reidville Drive, Hamilton Park and Plank Road.
- 66 hours were spent in NEW/PAC, litter picking Violet Street, Division Street, Robinson Street, Griggs Street and East Farms Street.
- 11 hours were spent in Robinwood, litter picking Robbins Street and Watertown Avenue.
- 66 hours were spent in St. Margaret's/Willow, litter picking, Sperry Street, Johnson Avenue, Lincoln Street, and Waterville Street.
- 60 hours were spent in Waterville, litter picking Thomaston Avenue and RR north.
- 971 hours were spent in various areas, Waterbury AIC, St. Vin DePaul Soup Kitchen, St. Vin DePaul Thrift Store, Hispanic Coaltion, Literacy Volunteers, and Chase Center.