The Licking Valley Campus of Maysville Community and Technical College and the Cynthiana Recycling Center are partnering for a post-election campaign.
The goal is to encourage the residents of Harrison County to take down election signs and recycle them for a better use.
“One of the common concerns in this year’s commissioners race was the physical conditions of the city and its lack of eye appeal,” said LVC’s Karey Smith. “This is something that citizens can directly contribute to in an environmentally conscious approach.”
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