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Albany organization unveils Adopt-A-Road sign

Michele Toney and Mayor Dorothy Hubbard Michele Toney and Mayor Dorothy Hubbard
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A civic organization is making sure some Albany roadways stay clear of trash.

The Albany, Ga Chapter of the Links, Incorporated unveiled their Adopt-A-Road sign on Centennial Ave. Each month members of the chapter will come out and pick up trash. It's in response to Mayor Hubbard's call to help keep the environment clean.

"We will periodically come out here and make sure that there is no debris out here and we will also report that as part of the reporting system of our call to service,” said Mayor Dorothy Hubbard, Albany Mayor.

"We thought it would be a wonderful idea to support Mayor Hubbard who is also a member of our organization and adopt Centennial Drive as our location,” said Michele Toney, Albany, Ga Chapter of the Links, Inc.

This project also coincides with the keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful Adopt-A-Road Project. The organization will also be working with Habitat for Humanity and the Dougherty County School System for future projects.

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