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Mayor thanks Aggregate industries for community service

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  Mayor Carlo DeMaria would like to thank Aggregate Industries and its employees for recently volunteering to clean up Market Street and Rivergreen Park.

  Aggregate Industries, a new business in Everett, contributed two days of community service. On the first day, employee volunteers cleaned up over 40 bags of trash and debris on Market Street. On the second day, volunteers cleaned up 13 bags of trash and built over a quarter mile of waterfront and wetlands trails.

  “This type of service is invaluable to our community,” said Mayor DeMaria. “Not only does it save the taxpayers money, but it immensely increases the quality of life for all our residents and inspires others to do their part and make a difference. Thank you to Ryan McCormack and your entire crew at Aggregate Industries for doing a great job and giving back to your community.”

Volunteers cleaned up Market Street.
A volunteer pushed a wheelbarrow through the wetlands at Rivergreen Park.
A volunteer carried a bag of trash to help clean up the waterfront at Rivergreen Park.
Volunteers built waterfront and wetland trails.

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