Letter: Island’s litter crews do a great job, keep us clean

Editor,

I wanted to send a shout out to the litter crews of Whidbey Island. They do a fabulous job of keeping our roads pristine and free of litter. These unsung heroes are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your great work. Keep it up and we will continue to have the cleanest state in the union.

Nancy Mayer

Freeland

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