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TOWN OF MIAMI LAKES NEWS
243px-All-America City Logo As part of the “I Heart Miami Lakes: Take Pride in Your Community” campaign, the Town and its Neighborhood Improvement Committee have embarked on an anti-litter initiative. The new anti-litter signs have been placed on various trash cans in our parks and encourage residents to “Keep it clean; keep it Green”. An initiative brought forth by Councilman Tony Lama, this campaign is intended to encourage residents to take pride in their community.
For Immediate Release
May 25, 2016
Contact: Carmen Stewart
Tel: 305-364-6100
E-mail:  stewartc@miamilakes-fl.gov
 
TOWN UNVEILS ANTI-LITTER SIGNS AT LOCAL PARKS
 
Miami Lakes, FL - As part of the “I Heart Miami Lakes: Take Pride in Your Community” campaign, the Town and its Neighborhood Improvement Committee have embarked on an anti-litter initiative. The new anti-litter signs have been placed on various trash cans in our parks and encourage residents to “Keep it clean; keep it Green”. An initiative brought forth by Councilman Tony Lama, this campaign is intended to encourage residents to take pride in their community.

“I’d like to thank the Neighborhood Improvement Committee for taking on this initiative. The I Heart Miami Lakes campaign aims to motivate residents to help in the effort to keep Miami Lakes growing beautifully,” said Councilman Lama. “To be successful, it will require each and every one of us to take responsibility and to do the ‘little things’ that will make a difference in our town today and for the future”.

We're encouraging all of you! Neighbors, local officials, service clubs, businesses and religious organizations to play a role in fostering strong civic pride. Simple tasks like sweeping your sidewalk, picking up trash and encouraging others to help keep their neighborhood and homes clean and in good repair will all make a difference. By encouraging people to actively care, we are hoping to inspire others to perform intentional acts of kindness as part of their daily routine.

The mission of the Town’s Neighborhood Improvement Committee is to recommend, promote, and create projects and activities that will beautify and improve all its neighborhoods in a collaborative and comprehensive manner, while also promoting efforts for a physically active, sustainable, and engaged community. For more information on how to get involved, visit www.miamilakes-fl.gov/iheartml.

 

 

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