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Environmental surgeries coming up in Swale

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Monday 4 March 2019 

People with concerns about littering, fly tipping, graffiti or any other environmental issues in their neighbourhoods are being invited to come to surgeries being held by Swale Borough Council and Kent County Council.

Environmental Wardens will be available on:

Cllr David Simmons, cabinet member for the environment said:

“Swale residents have a right to live in pleasant and clean environments, and these surgeries are a great way for people to tell us about the issues that affect them. I encourage anyone concerned about anti-social behaviour to come along and talk to our wardens. If you are concerned about issues in your communities, please don’t hesitate to come and talk to us. We need your feedback to keep delivering a great service to people in our area.”

About Our Wardens

Our Environment Wardens team is here to help keep Swale clean, green and safe. They can be seen around the borough cleaning graffiti, removing abandoned vehicles, clearing up fly tipping, fixing play equipment or talking to residents about the issues that concern them in their area and reminding them of their responsibilities. They are visible in their new blue and orange uniform.

Some of the tasks that they can deal with include:

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