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Our View: Adopt-A-Highway progress

After receiving complaints about an Adopt-A-Highway permittee, the Eagle reached out to John Eden at the Oregon Department of Transportation for some answers.

Eden looked into the situation, and ODOT will be rolling out some changes to improve the program in our district. 6 more words

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PTK Adopt-A-Highway Event to Take Place on April 21

by Brooke Buchanan

Twenty-one new members were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa April 4. “Our chapter now has 60 regular members. We also have 13 members who are now considered ‘alumni members’ as they have already received their associates degree but are working toward their bachelor degree,” Marie Butler, Phi Theta Kappa — Sigma Omega Chapter Advisor said. 394 more words

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June 3rd

Saturday, June 3rd, 2017

The vests they supplied us were incredibly stylish.

For those of you who didn’t know, I adopted a portion of a local highway and dedicated my company to at least two years of roadside cleanup. 93 more words

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LIONS CLEANING UP THE STREETS

Cedar Key Lions Club volunteers Dale Register, Ralph Selby, Marsha Harrington, Greg Harrington, Douglas Harrington, Joan Selby and Rory Brennan, not pictured, participated in the Lions Adopt-A-Highway roadside trash pickup along the two-mile stretch of State Route 24 leading to the No. 57 more words

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Cannabis Festival Can't 'Adopt A Highway'

LENOX TOWNSHIP — A festival focused on marijuana has been told it can’t adopt a highway like other organizations in Susquehanna County.

PennDOT told the Pennsylvania Cannabis Festival that because marijuana is illegal for recreational use, the group can’t adopt a highway just off Interstate 81 in Susquehanna County, even after those volunteers picked up trash and want to keep doing it. 392 more words

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