Brownstown sets priorities to keep its act CLEAN

Brownstown will continue participation in a statewide program designed to save money and make communities more attractive and environmentally clean.

The CLEAN Community program — or Comprehensive Local Environmental Action Network — is a free, voluntary program that honors Hoosier communities and counties for managing environmental impacts from governmental operations.

“Brownstown is a CLEAN community,” Debbie Hackman told town councilmen recently. Hackman is director of the Jackson County Solid Waste Management District, which helped the town first earn the designation in 2009.

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