Litter Subcommittee Goes to Police Roll Calls

As January 16th dawned, members of the Keep James City County Beautiful (KJCCB) Litter Sub-Committee joined law enforcement officers at the JCC Law Enforcement Center for their 7 a.m. Roll Call. They briefed the men on the Zero Tolerance for Litter resolution that the Board of Supervisors passed on June 12, 2018 and asked for their help in enforcing this resolution. This resolution creates a social norm that does not accept littering or illegal dumping and benefits the community in multiple ways: decreases criminal activity, protects wildlife and the environment, attracts visitors and tourists, and decreases the costs to tax payers who pay for cleaning up litter.

Several Sub-Committee members repeated their briefing at the 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. Roll Calls and will repeat again at February 13th Roll Calls. Photo taken by Dawn Oleksy, General Services, JCC, and Executive Director of KJCCB. For more information go to

(Left to right) Sgt. Eric Springsteen, Officer Jimmie Reardon, Officer Bob Paul, Officer Heiko Pinero, Officer Joe Boyer, Officer Bill Neale, Officer Trey Jackson, Officer Tim Renwick. (Back row) Litter Sub-Committee members Diane Race, Kensett Teller, Noel Priseler, and Gail Young.

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