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Nassau Village Cleanup Campaign
By Felicity Darville
Jan 4, 2022 - 12:37:43 AM

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Jamahl Strachan
Nassau Village MP Jamahl Strachan launches a cleanup campaign


The Nassau Village constituency started out the year with cleaner streets and yards thanks to Member of Parliament Jamahl Strachan and community partner 360 Waste. Over the next two weeks, residents will be able to get rid of refuse and debris and place them in the dumpsters for prompt removal.

Strachan said the dumpsters have been placed throughout the constituency from Soldier Road to Gleniston Gardens; Mount Tabor Estates to Sir Lynden Pindling Estates, and along Alexandria Boulevard. The dumpsters are prominently placed at popular locations for ease of use by all residents.

"What this does is come in line with our environmentally conscious campaign," Strachan said.

"We seek to not only revitalize Nassau Village from a psychological standpoint, but from a physical and environmental standpoint as well."

Jamahl Strachan (1)
Nassau Village MP Jamahl Strachan launches a cleanup campaign


Residents should be able to enjoy a cleaner environment and a brighter constituency at the end of the two week clean-up campaign.

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