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Litter Crew Cleans Up in 2017

Sheriff’s Office Employees supervise Inmate labor programs to clean garbage and debris from Mason County roadways in 2017.

Pictured below, from Left to Right; Community Service Officer Brian Braddock, Corrections Corporal Robert Vasquez, and Community Service Officer John Madara.


Using primarily Washington State Department of Ecology grant money, these Mason County Sheriff’s Office employees worked together to supervise, coordinate, and manage inmate labor crews who worked to beautify Mason County. Look at their accomplishments:

Inmate Hours Worked:

Total Inmate Hours 5364   Dollar Value at Minimum Wage $59,004.00

Litter Crew:

Miles of Roadway Cleaned 1784

Dump Sites Cleaned 136

Pounds of Roadside Litter 67,702

Pounds of Dump Site Debris 136,798

Total trash Removed 204,498 pounds, or 102 tons

Pounds recycled 2735