MCC Vows To Intervene in PCC Garbage Saga
With just a day after the Paynesville City Mayor Pan Belcher-Taylor complained about the lack of equipment and a serious constrains for the waste management in Paynesville city, the Mayor of Monrovia City Jefferson Tamba Koijee has instituted committee to intervene in the situation.
Paynesville, one of Liberia’s largest municipalities, has come under the spotlight for its filths and mountains of garbage while the city corporation appears incapable of remedying the situation.There has been a huge public at an outcry over an increasing presence of garbage in the commercial district of Red Light and several other communities in the city of Paynesville that took over a city government.
But, in a News Conference held in the Conference Room of the Monrovia City Hall, Wednesday, Mayor Koijee said despite financial serious constrains facing the MCC they were rendering assistance to their sister city as their way of helping them ease some of the problem they are face with. .
He said the MCC is making available 16 trucks to the Paynesville city Corporation to help clean of the increasing presence of garbage in the commercial district of Red Light and several other communities in Paynesville City.
Mayor Koijee used the occasion to appeal to all people of good will to come to the aid of the MCC as they endeavor to render assistance to the PCC noting that “ the 16 trucks that they are making available to the PCC will be rented at the expense of the MCC”.
The MCC City Mayor however, warn against people throwing dirt in the street order then the garbage bucket and threaten to imprison any caught throwing dirt on the ground near the garbage bucket.
Mayor Koijee encouraged the Paynesville City Mayor Pan Belcher-Taylor to remained focus in doing her work and avoid listening to detractors who only interest is to only criticize without advancing subjection that giving the way forward.