Sooba at consultation on city clean-up

The committee tasked with the execution of the $500M city clean-up programme at the public engagement at the National Frequency Management Unit. The committee which comprises Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Local Government and Regional Development Collin Croal, Solid Waste Director at the Ministry, Gordon Gilkes and Town Clerk (acting) Carol Sooba on Saturday met with the residents of Lodge and surrounding areas. The team also met with residents of Enterprise-Industry at the Enterprise Primary School. From right are Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Local Government Collin Croal and acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba. (GINA photo)

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