The City Commission recognized the sponsors and volunteers of the Waterway Cleanup at last night’s Commission meeting. For the 12th year, the Coral Springs site of the Broward Waterway Cleanup was a huge success. Volunteer turnout at the site was again the highest in the County, with more than 450 people registering to help. Those volunteers retrieved an entire waste bin worth of trash from waterways in the City. Items ranged from old tires and lawn chairs to shopping carts and Porta-Potties, in addition to hundreds of pieces of smaller trash items. “It’s great to be part of the single largest volunteer event in the City,” said Vice Mayor Roy Gold, who leads the Coral Springs site, along with the Adopt-a-Mile organization. “I am so grateful to all the dedicated volunteers who participated.” “This is a great event and it’s the best in Broward,” said volunteer Dave Marks. “We enjoy it so much every year.” The City thanked the following sponsors: Kilwin’s Chocolate & Ice Cream Store, Lowe’s Home Improvement Center, Target, and Coral Springs Improvement District. The Commission also recognized the following volunteers: Susan Spencer, Michael Spencer, Jennifer Spencer, Janet Gold, Michael Gold, Robert Wolf, Barbara Wolf, Lou Goldstein, Rick Engle, Mark Westfall, David Marks, Chad Unterbrink, and the Parkland and Coral Springs Fire Departments.