McLaren Recognized for its Service to Clarkstown Community

McLaren employees volunteer their time for cleaning up Snake Hill Road.

Clarkstown Highway Superintendent Wayne Ballard recently presented McLaren Engineering Group with the town’s Annual Litter Clean-Up Award in recognition of McLaren’s involvement with the Adopt-A-Road program.

McLaren, honored along with over a dozen individuals and organizations, “adopts” a section of Snake Hill Road in West Nyack, NY and is responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of that area. The firm holds two “Clean-Up” days a year, where its employees and their families volunteer their time to picking up roadside litter and leaves, cutting brush, trimming trees, and maintaining approved vegetation.

McLaren has adopted Snake Hill Road – from its parking lot to the stop sign at Palisades Center Drive, roughly a quarter mile stretch – for several years. Malcolm McLaren, President and CEO, and John Hackett, Director of Human Resources, are the main administers of the program and thus accepted the award on behalf of McLaren.

The awards were given at a recent Clarkstown Town Board meeting. Along with Ballard, town supervisor Alexander Gromack and the Town Board were also present to distribute the awards, according to The Journal News.