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The Clean County Commission is making ten $500 Good Neighbor Grants available to neighborhood groups and homeowner associations. The purpose of the grant is to enhance the sense of community and environmental wellness of our neighborhoods through the development and accomplishment of sustainable environmental and beautification placemaking projects. Projects will focus on the physical aspects of common areas through the installation of native plants, erosion control methods, placemaking for community members, and other methods to improve environmental quality and minimize negative impacts. Examples: community garden, entryway landscaping, trail improvements, communal compost, playground and pool area landscaping, energy saving techniques and litter prevention measures.Good Neighbor Environment Matching Grant Applications are available online and must be submitted prior to 5 p.m. on Sept. 1. For more information contact the Environmental Sustainability Coordinator at 757-259-5375 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Media Contact:Grace Boone, General Services Director757-259-4082; email@example.com