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Thursday, May 26, 2022

Keepin’ It Clean in Waldron!

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By Tammy Moore Teague
Waldron Mayor Neil Cherry went to work right away after learning one of the school bus stops had been tagged with graffiti.
The building, located at Cherry and 6th Street, was described as an “eye sore” by concerned resident John Luttrell. Luttrell sought help from the city, and that request was met with a swift and effective response.
Today, Supervisor Brandon Nelson and his crew covered the graffiti with a fresh coat of paint. “We no longer have a school bus stop with gang graffiti in our community,” stated Luttrell. He added that Mayor Cherry has always been very responsive and helpful. “They have always been helpful when it comes to keeping the community clean and safe. Last year we had a bridge with a bunch of the same stuff painted on it and they got that cleaned up too.”
A special thanks to Nelson and the other city workers for all their hard work and for keeping the City of Waldron clean!

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Tammy Teague
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