Stop The Mess – D – Yung Shue Long Valley

Yung Shue Long Valley to Tai Peng New Village REF: YSL0010210 Oil drums on the path to Yung Shue Long. The storage of these seems to be a particular problem on Lamma. Responsibility: How should they be disposed of? Where should they be stored? REF: YSL0020210 Restaurants often seem to have problems finding enough space, […]

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Stop The Mess – B – Main Street

Appendix I: Problem Areas (included in the visit by government department representatives) Yung Shue Wan Main Street – From the YSW Ferry Pier to the Football Pitch and Tin Hau Temple REF: YSW0010210 This rusty sign has been in this state on the ferry pier for years. Responsibility: Which department is responsible for the maintenance […]

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Stop The Mess – A – Introduction

Stop the Mess! Campaign Meeting on Lamma with HKSAR Government representatives 24 February 2010 to present the Stop the Mess! report Participants Ms Rainy LI (FEHD – Health Inspector) Mr H.S. CHAN (EPD – Assistant Environmental Protection Officer) Mr K. L. CHOY (DLO/Is – Lands Executive) Ms Virginia CHEUNG (LCSD – Assistant District Leisure Manager) Ms […]

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Stop The Mess – A – intro to report (Chinese)

“Severe the mess!” February 24, 2010 Participant Ms Rainy LI (FEHD – Health Inspector) Mr HS CHAN (EPA – Assistant Environmental Protection Officer) Mr KL CHOY (Island Administration Division – Land Administration Officer) Ms Virginia CHEUNG (Clearance and Culture Department – Likang Affairs Manager) Ms Ivy CHAN (Island District Office – Liaison Officer) Ms. Laura […]

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Stop The Mess – G – Snake Path

3. Snake Path’ from Tai Peng to Tai Wan New Village REF: SP0010210 Construction waste off ‘Snake Path’ between the Fire Station and Tai Peng Old Village near Tree reference T54 WO no 38 Responsibility: Lands Department/Water Authority REF: SP0020210 Discarded baskets, plastic bucket and old tire off ‘Snake Path’ near lamppost number 49199. Responsibility: […]

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Stop The Mess! – T- letter

Living Lamma Stop the Mess! Campaign 28th January 2010 To: Ms. Lee, Food and Environmental Hygiene Department Thank you for your visit today. Members of Living Lamma would like to work with the FEHD to encourage the clean up of areas that have become black spots for rubbish on the island. We would like to […]

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Dumping waste on Lamma Fly-tipping Report 29 April 2009

Submission to the Legco Sub-Committee on Combating Fly-tipping: The Case of Yung Shue Long Valley Also submitted to the Director of the Environmental Protection Department, 30 April 2009 Living Lamma is greatly concerned about the dumping of construction and other waste on land zoned for agricultural use on Lamma Island. A loophole in existing legislation allows these […]

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