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Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2012 6:14 am | Updated: 12:09 pm, Mon Jan 21, 2013.

KODIAK, Alaska - A new group in Kodiak has launched a project to clean up the town, asking people to spend 15 minutes a day picking up trash.

"Project Kodiak Cleanup" was started by William Kenny, a former resident who moved back to Kodiak in October.

The Kodiak Daily Mirror (http://is.gd/U9My7l) says the idea stemmed from two discussion threads about trash problems in the Facebook group, "Friends of Kodiak."

Kenny's project now has its own Facebook page called "Project Kodiak Cleanup."

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