Litter summit scheduled in Oak Ridge

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On Sept. 13, Keep Tennessee Beautiful will hold the first of four 2010 Regional Litter Summits in Oak Ridge from 12-3 p.m. at DoubleTree Hotel.
Each Litter Summit’s agenda will include a luncheon and keynote presentation featuring Judge Larry Potter, of the Memphis-Shelby County Environmental Court.
Potter will discuss the Tennessee Litter Law TCA 39-14-5, including current enforcement issues and success stories.
After the luncheon, litter enforcement officers and municipal officials will have a question-and-answer session with Potter, while litter grant staff and Keep America Beautiful affiliates will meet with other state leaders on varying topics.
These summits are designed for volunteers, environmental activists, judges, deputies, law enforcement officers, litter officers, KAB affiliate staff and board members, chamber staff, tourism development staff, Litter Grant Program staff, and anyone interested in reducing litter in Tennessee.
RSVPs must be returned by Sept. 3 to attend.
A free lunch will be served at each summit.
Litter Summits will also be at Chattanooga on Sept. 14, Nashville on Sept. 15, and Dyersburg on Sept. 16.
Visit www.ktnb.org or call toll free at (888) 862-5326 to register and for more information.