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Haiti - Environment : Mayor Chevry Continues the major cleaning of the Capitale
17/02/2017 08:25:02

Haiti - Environment : Mayor Chevry Continues the major cleaning of the Capitale
Wednesday, the town hall of Port-au-Prince was entering a new phase of its campaign against illegal unoccupation of the public domain in the capital. This new phase, led by Juan Carlos Chevalier, Director General of the City Council, accompanied by, among others, Justice of the Peace Delia Fritz and agents of the Special Forces of the Departmental Order Maintenance Unit (UDMO) and Brigadiers of the own Hall took place at the Street of Enterrement and to the Street Déhoux.

In addition to the evacuations carried out during this operation, City Council officials cleared the roadway of all vehicle carcasses, garbage and scrap and any other material and objects that could hamper the public space.

Juan Carlos Chevalier explained to residents the correctness of the initiative of the city council in order to have a clean, safe and welcoming city.

On the margins of this operation, Ralph Youri Chevry, the Mayor of Port-au-Prince, reiterated firmly that his administration will do its utmost to clear the streets and clean up the public spaces of any commercial occupation not provided for in the occupancy plan of the public domain and allow the Commune to offer another image.

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