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Posted: Monday 18 July, 2022 at 6:09 PM

The Rotary Club of Liamuiga Condemns Environmental Vandalism Along the Newtown Bay Road Boulevard

Vandalised Palm Trees along Newtown Bay Road Boulevard
By: (RCL), Press Release

    July 17th, 2022 -- For over ten (10) years, the Rotary Club of Liamuiga has and continues to demonstrate our commitment to community outreach and support for the environment through beautification and the planting of several palm trees along the sea wall of the Newtown Bay Road boulevard and the general upkeep of this area.
     
    Our Club takes great pride in protecting and preserving our natural environment and we have “adopted” the area.
     
    It is therefore with much shock and dissatisfaction that we have recently noticed the painting of some areas of the sea wall and the palm trees. This act of vandalism is not acceptable to us and should not be acceptable by any member of our community.  
     
    We therefore ask that persons desist from this behaviour and encourage everyone to appreciate the importance of the need to protect, and preserve our environment, as damage to these spaces should never be tolerated.
     
    We also call on the relevant authorities to investigate this matter with a view to holding those responsible accountable and seek immediate redress.

     

    About the Rotary Club of Liamuiga
    The Rotary Club of Liamuiga was started on the 10 February 2003 by the late Past District Governor (PDG), Ambassador Fred Lam, OBE. The club conforms to the highest ideals of Rotary and continues to lend an empowering hand through annual community projects and often partners with other Rotary clubs and service organizations to pool resources to carry out high impact projects that involve Youth, the Elderly, and Literacy.

     

     

     

     

     

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