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Editorial: Spring cleaning

It’s getting to be that time of year again … time for spring cleaning.

The days are getting longer, the weather is (hopefully) getting warmer, and the clutter that has built up over the past few months needs to be dealt with.

We all have our own houses and yards to attend to; but we, as a community, also need to roll up our sleeves and clean up our neighborhoods.

The sixth annual Clean Gloucester Day is being held throughout the county on March 19. Last year, 306 volunteers collected nearly nine tons of litter that had been carelessly thrown out along Gloucester’s highways and byways. This year, the Gloucester Clean Community Committee has set a goal of 500 volunteers.

This is the perfect time to get the county looking good for visitors coming to Gloucester for the Daffodil Festival, which will be held on April 2-3. It’s also a perfect opportunity to get to know your neighbors, spending the day making your little patch of Gloucester County just a little bet...

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