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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Community Development Sweeps Through Neighborhood

Laredo, TX—Inspectors from various City departments will team up on Friday, May 29, 2009 to make a sweep of an area in City Council District III educating about and enforcing City codes.

The campaign will encompass the following southeast Laredo neighborhood, EAST OF CHACON CREEK: Highway 83 to Urbahn between Blaine and Bismark, including Ligarde, Barrios, Malinche and Ross, as well as Buenavita, Cleveland Barlett and Jarvis streets . Inspectors from Community Development (Code Enforcement division), Police (Ordinance division), Health (Animal Control division) and Building Development Services (Zoning Inspection division) will be walking door-to-door on Friday. They will be speaking to property and business owners about proper maintenance codes, pointing out violations and distributing information.

In addition to this focus on the neighborhoods, City inspectors will advise residents and business owners to place unwanted debris and objects at the curb for removal. On Wednesday, June 3, 2009, Solid Waste crews will be picking up all curbside debris along the designated Operation Clean-Up area. Participants in the “clean-up” area are urged to place all unwanted items on the curb away from fences, water meters and mailboxes by 7:00 a.m. Inspectors will inform participants on a case-by-case basis regarding limitations on unwanted items. Please note, no oil or paint will be picked up.

“Operation Clean-Up is a really positive campaign for helping to beautify Laredo,” said Ronnie Acosta, Community Development Director. “Residents have cleaned up their community, and we have only had to issue a minimal amount of citations. We encourage everyone to be a part of this campaign,” she said.

The following are the results of the April Campaign in Dist.II:
244 Verbal warnings
2 Written warnings
14 Junked vehicles
4 Nuisance
16.25 tons of debris removed
215 regular tires removed

For additional information on the clean-up campaign, contact the City of Laredo Community Development or the Public Information Office.

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