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LITTERING WILL NO LONGER GO UNPUNISHED, LEOs SAY

I'm impressed and hope they will be able to enforce this law. St. Thomas is one the most beautiful place I have ever seem. I believe that an educational campaign to teach the people to keep their places and all the public places clean is also necessary.
Manoel Silva
College Park, Md.

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