D.C. residents can ask members of the Department of Public Works and Metropolitan Police Department questions about keeping the District litter free from the comfort of their computers.
A live webcast will take place on the DPW’s website tomorrow from noon to 1 p.m.
Residents can submit questions to the DPW’s Interim Director Chris Shorter as well as a representative from the MPD’s Litter Enforcement team, as part of the DPW’s Litter Free D.C. campaign.
As the name implies, Litter Free D.C. is a program sponsored by the DPW that aims to eliminate litter from streets in the city.
Future DPW webcasts will cover graffiti, leaf collection, recycling and parking, said DPW Public Affairs Specialist Nancee Lyons.
“We’re always open for topic ideas and encourage residents to let us know what they would like to discuss,” Lyons said.
More information can be found can be found on the DPW website.
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