Imus LGU calls out plaza visitors who litter, vandalize Christmas decors

Published December 1, 2021, 10:38 AM

by Carla Bauto Deña

IMUS CITY, Cavite – Mayor Emmanuel Maliksi reminded his constituents and visitors to the city not to litter and vandalize when they visit the Christmas display at the City Plaza.

Ang Imus Plaza / Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN

On Tuesday (Dec. 30), Maliksi reposted photos of dismantled cartoon character displays, knocked off stanchions, and a pile of garbage collected from the area.

Ang Imus Plaza / Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN

“Isang panawagan sa lahat ng ating mga bisita: ipakita po natin ang disiplina at malasakit (This is an appeal to all our visitors: let us show discipline and genuine concern),” Maliksi wrote on his Facebook page.

Ang Imus Plaza / Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN

Ang Imus Plaza / Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN

“Ramdam natin ang pagkasabik ng lahat na makapasyal at mag-enjoy matapos ang higit isang taon ng paghihigpit. Ngunit lahat po tayo ay may responsibilidad na pangalagaan at panatiliin ang kagandahan ng ating lungsod. (We are all excited to go out and enjoy after over a year of quarantine restrictions. But we all have a responsibility to take care of and maintain the beauty of our city).”

Before the pandemic, the city had the annual tradition called Paskuhan sa Imus (Christmastime in Imus), a month-long series of concerts and trade fairs highlighted by the vibrant Christmas display at the City Plaza.

Ang Imus Plaza / Facebook / MANILA BULLETIN
 
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