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The Veritas Adult Drug Treatment Court seeks to reduce drug use and recidivism within the community by implementing a court-based program, that includes supervision, evaluation, treatment, and monitoring for its participants, with the goal of promoting productivity, development of potential, and a safer, healthier community.
The Upper Tennessee River Roundtable is a non-profit organization with an overall interest in improving water quality in the Upper Tennessee River Watershed. Don’t let the name confuse you: the Upper Tennessee River Roundtable is based in Southwest Virginia and covers from the very tip of Virginia, Lee County, toward Wythe County. The Roundtable represents a total of nine counties and two cities. Our major rivers include the Clinch, Holston and Powell.
This is a group that is made up of nine counties and two cities of Southwest Virginia. Members assist each other when possible with dumpsite cleanups, special projects, educational awareness, promoting litter enforcement, etc. The goal is to unite citizens, businesses and government to find solutions that advance core issues of preventing litter, reducing waste and beautifying communities.
Attorney Frank Kilgore successfully launched the Assign-A-Highway Program in Buchanan County as a way to achieve sustainable roadside cleanups. The program utilizes probationers, who are nonviolent offenders, to pick up two-mile sections of roadsides every two weeks. The Roundtable applied for and received a grant from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to promote this program throughout Virginia. With the widespread adoption of the Assign-A-Highway Program, we can drastically reduce the accumulation of litter on our roadsides.
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