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'Let's give Moville a good spring clean' 27.02.08

DONEGAL County Councillor Marian McDonald has called on all residents of Moville and surrounding areas to get involved in this year's 'National Spring Clean'.
The Moville-based councillor called for an even bigger effort this year - the tenth anniversary of National Spring Clean.
"I'm calling on everyone to get involved and in particular all secondary and primary schools, environmental groups, sporting groups and residents associations.
"This year I hope to see an all out effort to help Moville improve on its Tidy Town marks, given that Moville is a Heritage town," said Cllr. McDonald.
She said with Moville being dependent on tourism and already being one of the cleanest towns in Inishowen, everyone needed "to keep the standard up".
"Through the Heart Project of which I am an active member, there are now 20 extra bins in the town, with a number of new picnic tables, benches, summer seats and
Cllr. Marian McDonald
signposts to follow.
"We want to place a key emphasis on the importance of recycling. Once again the clean up kits will contain colour-coded bags, gloves, pickers and a skips will be provided in a number of locations in the town and a date will be set for April. I have also been lobbying the recycling officer to have the bins removed from the car park to a better location," she added.
Cllr. McDonald invited anyone to contact herself or any other member of the local Tidy Town committee if they wanted to take part.
"It's crucial that we continue to educate our communities about their responsibilities in making their areas a cleaner place to live," she said.
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