An anti-littering campaign begins Wednesday when city employees meet at City Hall at 8:15 a.m. and will be deployed throughout the city.
The employees will clean up roadside trash and set the example for others to follow.
City Manager Clay Jones said D’Iberville’s anti-littering campaign is designed to promote an environment in which citizens, merchants and visitors take pride in the cleanliness of the city.
Jones said residents can expect to see stepped-up enforcement of litter laws, more trash receptacles and community outreach projects in the coming months.
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