Volunteers continue clean up efforts in Midland Beach Update

Volunteers continue clean up efforts in Midland Beach

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By Staten Island Advance  December 08, 2012

Volunteers spent Saturday helping clean up areas on Staten Island devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

All Hands Volunteers organized an event that took place in several homes in Midland Beach. Rep. Michael Grimm took part in that effort, along with two of his colleagues, Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) and Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC).

Also, more than 50 volunteers from the Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Emergency Management, CERT and Consolidated Edison gathered on Father Capdoanno Boulevard Saturday morning to take part in a clean up effort in Midland Beach.

 

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Rep. Michael Grimm took part in a clean up effort of homes in Midland Beach on Saturday.Rep. Michael Grimm’s office 
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Rep. Grimm was joined at the clean up by his colleagues, Rep. Scott Garrett (R-NJ) and Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC)Rep. Michael Grimm’s office. 
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Dana Gumb, Director of DEP Bluebelt Unit and Matthew Mahoney, Associate Commissioner for the DEP, talk to the volunteers at the clean up efforts in the Staten Island Bluebelt.