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Birmingham City Councilman Steven Hoyt Inviting the Public to Take Part in Bush Hills Clean-Up Day

Media Advisory                                                                               Saturday, April 16, 2016

Contact: Brittany Sharp

Phone: 205-721-5369

brittany.sharp@birminghamal.gov

What: Spring Cleanup for the Bush Hills Neighborhood

When: Saturday, April 16th from 8 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Where: Corner of Bush Blvd. and Pike Road across from the Alma Dennis Park

More Information: For more information please contact Neighborhood President Dora Sims at 205-746-0648. They are encouraging everyone to come out and support the Keep Birmingham Beautiful Campaign.

About the Keep Birmingham Beautiful Campaign:

Mission Statement: To serve the citizens of Birmingham by developing and implementing effective public education and community involvement programs which enhance the quality of life in beautification and environmental concerns.Objective: To effect positive change in attitude and behavior regarding natural conservation, littering, recycling and beautification.

About the Bush Hills Neighborhood:

Established int he 1930s, Bush Hills is a historic residential neighborhood centrally located between downtown Ensley and downtown Birmingham. Known for its winding boulevard that showcases some of the City’s most regal and well-preserved homes, the Bush Hills community has worked hard to preserve charm and tranquility throughout the years. Young families are flocking to the area for its stellar housing stock and accessibility to work and play.