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Mayor Petty’s walks this week!


The mayor and company should stroll around Endicott and Millbury streets and see a colleague’s dump!  Today, outside Worcester City Councilor Konnie Lukes’ rental property on Millbury Street, I saw this heap o crap. Last week I saw guys inside the fence, on the Lukes’ property, loading a ton of garbage into a truck. Be AWARE of what’s happening at your three decker, Konnie! Leftovers do not go out onto the sidewalk! Hire someone to take the garbage away or clean it up with your own two mitts!   – R.T.


Tomorrow, Tuesday, June 23, starting at the Kendrick Field Parking Lot at 4 pm, the Mayor and City Manager will be walking around the neighborhood that is nearest to the new Recovery High School; essentially Rockdale, Brooks, Mt. Ave, and Eames.


Wednesday, starting at 5:30 PM at the Pleasant Street Neighborhood Network Center, 301 Pleasant Street, will be the second Mayor’s Walk this week.

This walk will be led by the members of the PSNNC and be confined to Pleasant Street.

City officials will be visiting some of the businesses along the route before coming back to the PSNNC to regroup and discuss priorities.

Don’t forget! This Saturday, April 18! Worcester celebrates Earth Day!





Earth Day Clean Ups will be happening in every Worcester neighborhood this Saturday!

The Regional Environmental Council (REC) invites you to be a part of the 26th REC Annual Earth Day Clean-Ups!

With your help we can do even more this year to make our city BEAUTIFUL!

Be a new volunteer and lend a helping hand!

If you know of a Worcester neighborhood (yours??) and would like to spearhead the clean-up, contact us!

This is a truly community-wide event!

Last year marked our 25th year of joining together with local businesses, neighbors and friends to clean a record number of Worcester streets, neighborhoods and parks.

MORE THAN 1,000 VOLUNTEERS cleaned up Worcester! 

For more information, contact:

Hanh at 508-799-9139 or office@recworcester.org.

To learn more about REC farmers markets, community gardens, youth internships and fun activities for EVERYONE in our city, CLICK HERE