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RCC Set To Prosecute Cleanup Campaign Violators
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RCC Set To Prosecute Cleanup Campaign Violators

By D. Ignatius Roberts, LINA Grand Cape Mount County Correspondent

ROBERTSPORT, April 4, (LINA) - The Robertsport City Corporation (RCC) in Grand Cape Mount County has warned that any citizen caught violating the city ordinances will be arrested and sent to court for prosecution in keeping with the law.

The warning comes in the wake the declaration of a month-long cleanup campaign to give the city a facelift.

The campaign will cover streets, beaches as well as public buildings in the city in an effort to keep the city ordinances functional.

City Mayor James Kaizolu told the Liberia News Agency Sunday in Robertsport that the campaign is under the sponsorship of the RCC and called on the citizens to join the campaign so that the objective will be met in the interest of residents.

Kaizolu is also appealing to the business community in the city to establish a garbage disposal system to enhance easy collection by the corporation.



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