Keep Rome-Floyd Beautiful got a new Director on September 1st of this year. Hannah Bagley took the post vacated by Emma Wells, who now serves as the Director of Solid Waste for Floyd County.
Bagley’s resume includes a stint as Operations Coordinator for Floyd County Public Works. She asserts that she was well-acquainted with KRFB prior to becoming its Director.
A love of community sparked Bagley’s desire to lead KRFB, local affiliate of the national non-profit Keep America Beautiful.
Bagley’s primary goal as KRFB Director is to promote education; it has been challenging in this era of coronavirus.
For additional information about Keep Rome-Floyd Beautiful or to organize a community clean up, visit www.keepromefloydbeautiful.org or contact the organization by telephone at (706) 236-4456.
Bagley reminds Floyd County residents that an Electronics Recycling Event is set for this Saturday, November 20th at the Rome-Floyd Recycling Center, located at 412 Lavender Drive. Appointments must be made in advance by calling (706) 291-5266.