I talked with a security guard, and he informed me that before we could conduct a cleanup, that I would have to consult with the school's administration. I talked with my attorney friend, and he said that since the land portion of Pig Point is state owned, that there could be possible liabilty issues in case someone was injured during a sponsored cleanup. He recommended trying to get an Adopt a Highway type authorization to protect anyone from possible lawsuits. In short, red tape may implicate Pier and Surf.com if any incidents occur. I know we can't to do that. Instead, I will look into what it takes to get an Adopt A Highway authorization to clean the area. I would rather hold off on a cleanup of the breakwater area until we do so. As for the pier itself, I was there after work for a few minutes and it doesn't look that bad considering the traffic it has had the last few weeks. I would say at this point, be vigilant in cleaning your own area and the stuff around you, and educate those who choose to litter or keep undersized fish. I'll post something later after I consult with VDOT about the Adopt A Highway program.