Sharon Slocum and the rest of the Cove Neighborhood Association spent the better part of their Saturday cleaning up the area’s parks. As volunteers raked, weeded and removed litter, Slocum couldn’t help but think of what the cove’s inlets used to look like.
“It always had a beautiful view but was not treated beautifully,” Slocum, the president of the association, said.
The inlets were places where people did drugs and drank, especially on summer nights, Slocum said. Many of the previous litter walks turned up drug bags, beer cans and other debris.
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