TUNNEL HILL PARTNERS DONATES NEW OUTFIELD FENCE FOR VILLAGE OF NEW LEXINGTON, OHIO LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL
NEW LEXINGTON, OH, August 2, 2016 — Tunnel Hill Partners of Jericho, NY, the country’s largest integrated waste-by-rail company, has donated a new, six-foot high outfield fence to the New Lexington. OH Little League, the first upgrade to the ball-field in many years. The company operates the Tunnel Hill Reclamation Landfill on the outskirts of New Lexington in Perry County. The announcement was made by Rod Deeds, General Manager of the New Lexington landfill, and William Rinaldi, President of Tunnel Hill Partners.
“At Tunnel Hill, we take great pride in investing our resources in the communities in which we operate,” said Rinaldi. ”From the outset, we have committed our company to being good neighbors and corporate citizens. Our support of the New Lexington Little League is further evidence of our commitment to partnering with our host communities.”
New Lexington Mayor Kevin Ratliff was deeply appreciative of Tunnel Hill’s helping hand.
“Our Little League Baseball program is so important to everyone in our community. In recent years, our outfield fence had become badly deteriorated and was in need of replacement – but we just didn’t have the money,” said Mayor Ratliff. “Then Tunnel Hill came along with their incredibly generous offer and saved the day. We’re extremely grateful to Bill Rinaldi and all the good folks at Tunnel Hill for their commitment to our community.”
The installation of the new outfield fence should begin in approximately three weeks.
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