Volunteers clear debris that still litters Jamaica Bay 11 months after Superstorm Sandy

///Volunteers clear debris that still litters Jamaica Bay 11 months after Superstorm Sandy

Volunteers clear debris that still litters Jamaica Bay 11 months after Superstorm Sandy

Volunteers team up to haul debris that were too big and heavy to be carried in previous clean-ups.

More than 200 volunteers cleaned up the Jamaica Bay shoreline on Sunday, pulling out debris that clogs the coast and keeps the memory of Superstorm Sandy fresh, even though it touched down nearly 11 months ago.

Members of the World Mission Society Church of God worked with the American Littoral Society to remove about 12,000 pounds of trash including pieces of boats, docks and lumber that lined the banks of Jamaica Bay in Broad Channel.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/queens/cleanup-continues-banks-jamaica-bay-article-1.1464949#ixzz2iqToLRem

By |2015-04-27T03:35:48+00:00September 23rd, 2013|Media, News|0 Comments

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