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Keeping Crestview beautiful

| Staff Reporters
The City of Crestview’s third annual Keep Crestview Beautiful kicked off last week and runs through April 26. The two-week event is designed to encourage the residents to help clean up the community with large dumpsters set up around the city to make sure the trash is properly disposed of. Keep Crestview Beautiful kicked off April 12 with dozens of city employees volunteering to help clean up two properties that had fallen out of compliance with city code.
Crestview firefighter Alex Cohen (left) and engineer Greg Pippin work together cleaning the front porch of a home on McArthur Street during the kickoff of this year’s Keep Crestview Beautiful campaign.


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