I have been talking for weeks about how dirty Lansing is. It’s to the point of embarrassment. I really feel it has gotten worse during the Pandemic.

We're at the tail end of this mess, so instead of continuing to complain about this, I am organizing my own clean-up day. I have reached out to the Mayor’s office and hopefully they can help. Our Mayor Andy Schor was on the Mad Dog Show a couple of weeks ago. I feel we have a solid rapport. So, again, hopefully they can assist on this project. If not, we are still moving forward with this Mad Dog clean-up day.

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People have to be more respectful and take care of their trash and litter. This is a city that can thrive and that is upbeat, but it has to be a team effort. Respect your neighbors, your city, and take pride in what you do.

I understand that this Pandemic has really knocked the stuffing out of people, but you have to adapt. I was complaining about the trash and litter all over the city on my show. A caller on my show said why don’t you organize a clean-up day. I thought, man this could be a huge task but I realized I can do this with the help of our solid citizens of the Mid-Michigan area.

On Friday I will tell everyone on the Mad Dog Show what day we'll be out there and what area we will concentrate on cleaning up. So, make sure you tune in on Friday to the Mad Dog Show from 3-6 PM on WVFN 730 AM The GAME.

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