Mosholu Parkway Clean Up With Assemblywoman Fernandez
By Robert Press
Monday is MEANINGFULMONDAY community clean up, as proclaimed by Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. This past Monday was Mosholu Parkway clean up for the Friends of Mosholu Parkway. They were joined by Assemblywoman Nathalia Fernandez at the clean up of the area around the Mosholu #4 train station at Jerome Avenue.
The Parks Department was on hand to supply trash picker ups, and plenty of trash bags that were needed. The almost two dozen people filled up over twenty-five bags of trash. Assemblywoman Fernandez tackled one of the areas with the most trash. It looked like she had fun pitching in, and doing so good old hard work to keep her district clean.
Above - The side of the train station is cleaned. There is to be a mural painted on this wall once the approval of the MTA is given.
Below - Assemblywoman Fernandez is well prepared with a trash picker upper and a large trash bag.
Above - Assemblywoman Fernandez and FOMP President Elizabeth Quaranta get ready to tackle one of the areas with the most trash.
Below - You can see what winds up under the seats in the plaza, as it is raked from under the benches.