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268 volunteers discover a grab bag of weird items while cleaning up Lodi Lake

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Posted: Tuesday, September 28, 2010 12:00 am | Updated: 3:21 am, Wed Sep 29, 2010.

Volunteers discovered a remote control on Saturday at Lodi Lake while picking up trash, but there was no TV to be found. The clicker was the most unusual piece of trash discovered at the eighth annual cleanup. Lodi Lake and the Mokelumne River were among the more than 800 sites statewide where people cleaned up waterways for the California Coastal Cleanup Day.

The Lodi cleanup has grown in recent years. This year, 268 people volunteered to pick up trash, said Kathy Grant, the city’s watershed education coordinator.

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1 comment:

  • Jerry Bransom posted at 6:44 pm on Tue, Sep 28, 2010.

    Jerry Bransom Posts: 363

    I don't think that is my clicker. Although I flung it over the fence and signed up for Netflix after canceling WAY overpriced cable, it would have required a lot of rain to wash it into the lake.

     
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