Ms. Flax said the Sister Island island-wide clean-up activities were done in June and commended the various groups for their participation in the initiative.
Ms. Flax said, “We hope that it will transfer into a continued sense of pride and cleanliness throughout the entire Territory. We also would like to thank the Department of Waste Management for their assistance and P3, Paper, Plastic products for their donation of gloves.”
Twenty-seven bags of garbage were collected on Anegada by members of the BVI Tourist Board, BVI Electricity Corporation, BVI Red Cross and the Anegada community.
Students of the Jost Van Dyke Primary School, the Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society, the Church of God of Prophecy youth group, and another group led by Ms. Lena Warner collected 18 bags of garbage.
The Office of the Deputy Governor continues to ensure effective public governance, strengthen democracy and human rights, promote economic prosperity and social cohesion, and deepen confidence in government and public administration.