Brackers told to stop littering

| 18/01/2010

(CNS): Warning drivers on Cayman Brac to look out for clean up crews working around the Island, Chief Inspector Malcolm Kay said there would be no need for them if people would stop throwing litter from their cars. As the roadside clean up resumes on Cayman Brac, Kay urged motorists to take extra care on the roads and to slow down when they approach the clean up crews. “Please heed your speed when you approach the crews,” Chief Inspector Kay said.

 All of those taking part will be wearing reflective clothing and should be easily seen by oncoming drivers, but please have a bit of consideration and slow down.” Kay told those who litter the island to take their trash home.

“There would be no need to have the clean up crews here at all if people would stop dropping litter. Be responsible, take your rubbish home or dispose of it appropriately, otherwise you may end up being prosecuted.”

The Government clean up initiative will see crews working in a number of locations throughout the island in the coming weeks.

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  1. Bluff Rat says:

    While I commend CI Kay for his efforts on keeping the island clean, I must say that the majority of us true Brackers were raised to know better when it comes to littering. Unfortunately, some people that have come to live in the Brac has brought along their dirty habits and feels that it is ok to do as they did where they come from. Whether you are a foreigner or a Bracker that has become careless, we ask that you take into account CI Kay’s comments. Please stop the littering and help to keep Cayman Brac clean and beautiful.