I am Chris's wife, Ben's mom, and I work full-time from home. I spent the last 12 years working as a publishing director for Abrams Books in NYC but I left in May to spend some time learning and exploring new paths before committing to a new full-time job. I'd love to be more involved in the Beacon community.
The mta has a service that comes onto station and clean and remove trash from bins so they will not be cooperative, since it's a problem of insurance, unfortunately.
Everyone is real touchy about that.
But if u write a letter to their business office asking if they have a community program that your son or a group of high schoolers can participate in, there might be something they already have ?
do good works
and, keep in touch
On Aug 30, 2015, at 2:05 PM, "Melanie Falick" wrote:
Melanie Falick has sent you a message on beaconcitizen.com
Subject: train station clean up
My son does need a certificate for the community service work. He spoke about cleaning up graffiti and litter on the platform. He doesn't want to do anything on tracks.