Coastal Commission offering area residents cool off time in beach cleanup effort

SACRAMENTO — Caltrans and the California Coastal Commission are joining forces for the 38th annual California Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 17 and are inviting the public to participate in cleanup and litter prevention activities throughout the month.“The California Coastal Commission’s Coastal Cleanup Day and Caltrans’ Let’s Change This to That stormwater public education campaign are collaborating to create even more awareness to help reduce litter and water pollution,” Caltrans Director Tony Tavares said. “We’re asking people to join us this month to clean up the waterways and beaches that belong to us all.”Caltrans and the California Coastal Commission are inviting southwest Riverside County residents suffering from the extreme heatwave this summer to participa
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