Yonkers takes action to clean Old Croton Aqueduct for Earth Day

Mayor Mike Spano joined local volunteers to beautify and clean up the Yonkers section of the aqueduct's trail.

News 12 Staff

Apr 22, 2023, 3:18 PM

Updated 402 days ago

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April 22 marks Earth Day, and Yonkers is making a move to go green and helping clean up the Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic Park.
Mayor Mike Spano joined local volunteers to beautify and clean up the Yonkers section of the aqueduct's trail. 
"For the tenth year, we're here with the community volunteers and our department to help make improvements along the New York state Old Croton Aqueduct," said Steve Sansone, commissioner of the Yonkers Parks Department. "A great destination that bisects Yonkers, and we're so happy to be here on Earth Day."
The event was coordinated by the Yonkers Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation.


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