Two new VLPRA trash cans for Naylor Beach on the Alapaha River 2022-12-29

Kimberly Tanner wrote three days ago, “Looks like there are two new cans; one close to parking and one on the beach. Great news!”

[Trash cans at entrance to and on Naylor Beach --Kimberly Tanner 2022-12-29]
Trash cans at entrance to and on Naylor Beach –Kimberly Tanner 2022-12-29

This is speedy action by Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority (VLPRA). And of course these two new cans at Naylor Beach are in addition to the one at the nearby Naylor Boat Ramp.

[Naylor Park Beach in WWALS ARWT map]
Naylor Park Beach in the WWALS map of the Alapaha River Water Trail (ARWT)

On December 24th, Suzy Hall sent pictures showing no trash cans at Naylor Beach.

On December 25th, I posted Suzy’s pictures with a request for a trash can at Naylor Beach, and I emailed that request to VLPRA E.D. George Page.

Two days later, on Decembver 27, George texted back, “Good evening!Update! A new trash can was delivered to Naylor Beach today.”

Two day after that, WWALS water quality tester Kimberly Tanner took these pictures verifying that VLPRA had delivered not one, but two trash cans.

[Closeup trash can at entrance to Naylor Beach --Kimberly Tanner 2022-12-29]
Closeup trash can at entrance to Naylor Beach –Kimberly Tanner 2022-12-29

Thanks, George Page, and VLPRA!

[Trash can at entrance to Naylor Beach --Kimberly Tanner 2022-12-29]
Trash can at entrance to Naylor Beach –Kimberly Tanner 2022-12-29

Now if the City of Valdosta could be as prompt about its trash problems.

For more about all these trash issues, see:
https://wwals.net/issues/trash

 -jsq, John S. Quarterman, Suwannee RIVERKEEPER®

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