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Cleanup day planned for Nashua playground, possibly 'Tot Lot'
Paul Shea, a former candidate for the Nashua Board of Aldermen, is spearheading a cleanup day for Sargent Avenue Playground, and possibly the Salem Street Tot Lot, if enough volunteers step forward. “Many hands make light work,” said Shea, adding everyone is welcome to participate in the cleanup efforts that will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 29 at the Sargent Avenue Playground.
“There is still more to be done,” said Shea, noting the Parks and Recreation Department has offered to provide volunteers with trash bags, wood chips, rakes and paint to clean up the Sargent Avenue Playground.
During cleanup day later this month, volunteers will be painting the playground equipment, painting a fence, laying mulch and cleaning up trash.
“We will spread out our resources,” he said, explaining the tot lot needs new paint on its benches, and there is also significant landscaping work that needs to be addressed. There are several problem areas where weeds are overtaking the grounds, said Shea.
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