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Re: Inmate Labor & Gardening at Bissel Gardens Bx NY 718 325 6111

Jim,  We us a WARP crew every other Saturday as a clean up and gardening crew. They do planting, weeding, landscaping etc. WARP is Work Alternate Release Program and are people sentenced to 1 to 10 days community service for mistomeanor charges by NYC court.  Bissel donates 1,500 plus organic vegies to three soup kitchens a year and Parks and others with 1,000 plus potted trees each year.  We have been doing this for several years, it works well Phone 718-325-6111 email rlecount@netzero.net       Regards Russ and Teresa Le Count

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