Ma­king good on ser­vi­ce de­li­very

Mossel Bay Advertiser - - News - Nic­key le Roux

Mos­sel Bay Mu­ni­ci­pa­li­ty has li­ved up to its pro­mi­se of cle­a­ning up the A­sla Park a­rea.

W­he­re he­aps of rub­ble we­re e­vi­dent until fai­r­ly re­cent­ly, wor­kers are now mop­ping up and cle­a­ning streets. S­treet cor­ners that we­re tur­ned in­to in­for­mal re­fu­se dump­si­tes ha­ve been cle­a­ned and re­fu­se re­mo­ved.

"If on­ly re­si­dents would re­spect the cle­a­ned up a­re­as now .... " a mem­ber of the pu­blic, who pre­fer­red to re­main a­no­ny­mous, said.

W­hen the Mos­sel Bay Ad­ver­ti­ser vi­si­ted A­sla Park this week, re­fu­se bags we­re ne­at­ly stac­ked and re­a­dy for col­lecti­on. Wo­men re­spon­si­ble for swee­ping the streets had hard­ly any dirt to col­lect, as the ro­ad­ways we­re cle­an.

"The mu­ni­ci­pa­li­ty is com­mit­ted to qua­li­ty ser­vi­ce de­li­very," the di­rec­tor of com­mu­ni­ty ser­vi­ces, E­li­ze Nel said.

Ce­lis­wa Ma­ga­la­kan­qa, hap­py at work in A­sla Park.

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