Hamilton forms anti-littering committee


The Hamilton City council made an impassioned vote during its city council meeting on Monday, April 5, taking an unconventional standing show of hands to express their support for a new anti-littering committee. Shown voting are (from left) councilman Wade Williams, Hamilton Mayor Bob Page and councilmen Matt Sims, Ross Reed and Scott Tyra. Not shown voting is councilman Scott Robertson

HAMILTON - Litterbugs beware.
In a united display, the Hamilton City Council voted to establish a “Take Pride in Hamilton” anti-littering campaign during its council meeting on Monday, April 5, marking the latest development in the city’s war on garbage.
Earlier this year, the city council began collecting lists of properties which are not being kept clean and have been used to dump.
The anti-littering committee is an initiative spearheaded by city councilman Scott Tyra, who introduced the idea during a work session last month.
“We’ve got to take pride in what we’ve got,” Tyra told the council.

 


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