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Liberian President Joseph Boakai has named an Ombudsman, Cllr. Findley Karngar amid reports that some officials claiming tenure violated the code of conduct by actively participating in politics during the just ended elections.

President Boakai has also named more officials in government.

Ministry of Finance Development Planning
1. Paul Lamin, Assistant Minister for Administration
2. J. Wellington Barchue, Assistant Minister for Development Planning
3. Alice Williams, Assistant Minister for External Resources and Debt Management
4. Henry Yanquoi, Assistant Minister for Economic Policy Macro and Financial Sector
5. Dede Sandimani, Assistant Minister for Expenditure
6. Andrew N. Ngolloe, Assistant Minister for Revenue and Tax Policy

Financial Intelligence Agency
7. Mohammed Nasser, Officer In Charge

Office of the Ombudsman
8. Cllr. Findley Karngar, Chairperson

Bureau of State Enterprises
9. Varlee Sarnor, Deputy Director General for Administration

Liberia Special Economic Zones Authority
10. Prince Wreh, Executive Chairman

Liberia Land Authority
11. Joe K. Williams, Vice Chair for Administration and Customer Affairs

Civil Service Agency Board of Appeal
12. Dr. Jarso Jallah Saygbe, Member
13. Cllr. Cooper Kruah, Member
14. Dwight Momolu Harvey, Eds., Member
15. Atty. John F Dexter Puieyou, Member
16. Cllr. Samuel Zaza, Member
17. Mr. Gwee Porkpah, Member
18. Mr. Josiah F. Joekai, Jr., Member

These nominations, where applicable, are subject to confirmation by the Liberian Senate.

President Boakai further calls on all those nominated and appointed to continue to demonstrate diligence, commitment, integrity, professionalism, and loyalty in service to country.


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From AME University Administration on the end of Ramadan

"At the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU), we uphold the values of religious tolerance and diversity.

"In recognition of the significance of the celebration of the end of the Holy month of Ramadan, all mid-term exams scheduled for Wednesday, April 10, 2024 have been postponed to Thursday, April 11, 2024.

"This decision is intended to afford our Muslim staffs and students the opportunity to celebrate Ramadan with no detrimental effects on their academic activities.

"However, classes will continue as scheduled for non-Muslim students, fostering an inclusive environment for all."


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๐˜พ๐™ง๐™ฎ ๐™๐™ค๐™ง ๐™…๐™ช๐™จ๐™ฉ๐™ž๐™˜๐™š ๐™‹๐™ค๐™จ๐™ฉ๐™ฅ๐™ค๐™ฃ๐™š๐™™ ๐™‰๐™–๐™ฉ๐™ž๐™ค๐™ฃ๐™ฌ๐™ž๐™™๐™š ๐™‹๐™ง๐™ค๐™ฉ๐™š๐™จ๐™ฉ ๐™›๐™ง๐™ค๐™ข ๐˜ผ๐™ฅ๐™ง๐™ž๐™ก 6 ๐™ฉ๐™ค ๐™ˆ๐™–๐™ฎ 7

Monrovia โ€“ Janjay Baikpeh, the Chairman of an advocacy group, Cry for Justice, has postponed its Nationwide protest from April 6 to May 7, to ensure that the public trust remains uncompromising.

Speaking to journalists in Monrovia, the group calling itself Liberiaโ€™s first post war pressure group said they seek to hold the national government and other stakeholders accountable to the Liberian people.

Baikpeh said: โ€œWe earlier announced the infamous April 6, as the date for our assembly, but because of much broader consultations, we have resolved to carry out our peaceful action following the first 100 days of the Boakai-led administration. Therefore, the new date for our nationwide action is now Tuesday, May 7, 2024. As stated before, this is a constitutionally guaranteed exercise.โ€

He added: โ€œOur singular objective is to call the Boakai administration to immediate order for showing little respect for the rule of law, extrajudicial killings, police brutality, early bribery by the executive, witch hunt at line ministries and agencies of government, lack of accountability on spending public money and the creation of more unemployment at this early stage of their administration. The nation-wide assembly and protest action will be held at designated locations across the country that will send a resounding message against misrule.โ€

The group listed Bomi County, Clay Checkpoint, Tubmanburg to Monrovia, Tubmanburg to Sawmill, DC Clark Town (Sueh Mecca/Gbarpolu Road), and Po-River Bridge as some of the places the protest will be staged. Baikpeh added that Monrovia will not be the only place the protest will be staged.

According to Baikpeh, the forefathers of Liberia wrote a constitution that all embraced, and the President and other officials of government took an oath of office to uphold and defend such a constitution.

The constitution, he says frowns on nepotism and demands the national government to protect every citizen irrespective of political affiliation adding that it is not the case with the current administration.

He said: โ€œWith just less than 100 days in office, the so-called Rescue Mission is already removing employees from various government payrolls, including civil servants and contractors at various government ministries and agencies. The former government without downsizing incorporated more than 2000 health workers from the health pool fund in 2018, and about 900 health workers who were paid under the USAID FARA Funding.โ€

Beikpkeh added: โ€œThese workers excluded about 3,600 supplementary teachers and other 200 supplementary workers who earned a maximum monthly gross of US$40 but were also permanently transferred to the main payroll of the Ministries of Education and Health. These employees now earned a minimum of US$150-175 gross and have been full civil servants since 2020; enjoying all the privileges and rights consistent with the civil Service Standing Orders.โ€

โ€œWith all these interventions, the past administration carried out its pay reforms, incorporated these Liberian workers without removing any of the existing employees during the first regime of the Unity Party while maintaining the wage bill of US$297millions up to 2022,โ€ he said.

By J.H. Webster Clayeh (0886729972)[email protected]

BREAKING NEWS!17 Comptroller of Government Entities Salaries Withheld -For Non Compliance of Annual Financial Statements...


17 Comptroller of Government Entities Salaries Withheld

-For Non Compliance of Annual Financial Statements Submission for FY2023

The Comptroller and Accountant General of Liberia, Hon. Elwood T. Netty, has directed that the March 2024 salaries of Comptrollers of 2024 be placed on โ€œHOLDโ€ for โ€œNON-COMPLIANCEโ€ in submitting their annual financial statements for FY2023. The annual financial statements of various governments spending entities should have been submitted to the Office of the Comptroller and Accountant General on or before March 15, 2024.

Furthermore, the Comptroller and Accountant General has instructed that the March 2024 salary of the Comptroller of each entity will be placed on hold until their respective reports are submitted to his office.

Non-Compliant Comptrollers whose salaries are being withheld for missing the March 15, 2024 deadline for the submission of the FY2023 annual financial statement are: Fambah Crayton of National Food Assistance Agency (NFAA), Mallay Ndorbor of Paynesville City Corporation (PCC), Nathaniel Vonhm of Independent Information Commission (IIC), Winston Willie of Liberia Board for Nurse and Midwifery (LBNM), Benard Kekula of National Aids Commission (NAC) and Benchie Brown of National Public Health Institute (NPHIL).

Others are: Samuel David of West African Examination Council (WAEC), Boima Barclay of the Rural Renewable Energy Agency (RREA), Armstrong Dillon of the Agricultural and Industrial Training Bureau (AITB), Kiziah Morris of Central Agriculture Research Institute (CARI), William Nyonyon of Rubber Development Fund Incorporated (RDFI), and Onike Thomas of National Housing and Saving Bank (NHSB).

The rest are: Charlotte Kpannah of National Insurance Corporation of Liberia (NICOL), Emmanuel Harmon of William V.S Tubman University, Togar Gibson of University of Liberia, Allen Doe of the Liberia Electricity Regulatory Authority and George Youh of Liberia Airport Authority.

Meanwhile, Hon. Netty has reminded all Comptrollers and Financial Managers, as well as, institutionsโ€™ heads that they are to submit their first quarter (FY2024) on or before April 15, 2024.

The Comptroller and Accountant General said that the aforementioned reminder is consistent with Section 19 of the PFM Regulations. Section 19 of the PFM Regulations states: โ€œthere shall be prepared by each entity head of government agency and transmitted to the Auditor General, the Comptroller General in respect of each quarter commencing from the beginning of the Fiscal Year, the accounts covering all Public Funds under his/her control.โ€

"Can-boyโ€ Association Petitions VP Koung
-Begs Inter-governmental Taskforce For A Time In Their Eviction

Saturday, March 30,2024-The โ€œCan-boyโ€ Association of Liberia on Saturday, March 30, 2024, presented a petition to the Government of Liberia through Vice President Honorable Jeremiah Koung over the recent prohibition of combustible petroleum products in jars.

โ€œCan-boysโ€ are Petty traders who sell diesel fuel and gasoline in mayonnaise jars on various street corners in Monrovia and its environs.

The inter-governmental task force issued the prohibition recently with police carrying out raids to curb the illegal trade and clean the streets.

The Associationโ€™s President, Bobby Grewe in the petition requested the intervention of VP Koung over their eviction while appealing for more time to have them finally relocate from the streets.

He further proposed the establishment of a mini-mobile exchange both along the streets and in other parts of Liberia for their use as part of a strategy to address the issue of illegal trade and keep the city clean.

In response, the Liberian Vice President applauded the Association for peacefully submitting a petition to the government through his office.

He recognized the contribution of โ€œCan-boysโ€ to the countryโ€™s economy while assuring that their concerns would be reviewed by the government.

Vice President Koung then admonished the group to remain peaceful as the Government looked into their concerns.

Vice President Koung maintained that the intent of the inter-governmental task force is not to go after Liberians who are struggling but to ensure the safety of the environment and keep it clean for the citizens.
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Breaking! From Executive Mansion-Liberia Full press statement below:President Boakai Receives Special Investigative Repo...


From Executive Mansion-Liberia

Full press statement below:

President Boakai Receives Special Investigative Report of January 30, 2024, on the UMU Commencement

President Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr., has received the Special Investigative Report on the security breach that occurred during the Commencement Convocation of the United Methodist University (UMU).

The incident had impugned the reliability of state security, particularly the Executive Protection Service (EPS).

The report was presented by the Special Investigative Team (SIT), which conducted a thorough investigation into the incident. The investigative team included representatives from the Liberian National Police (LNP), the Armed Forces of Liberia and the Executive Protection Service.

The Team established that the unauthorized person later identified as Sam D. Kanwea, Jr., did not intend to harm the President despite his surreptitious pe*******on of the presidential security and the physical touching of the President.

The Report recommended that the individual be charged in violation of sections 14.22 (Offensive Touching) and 14.23 (Reckless Endangerment of another Person) of the Penal Law of Liberia.

Moreover, the Report indicated that the failure of the EPS Agents to ensure proper security to avoid such invasion is a violation of the EPS Duty Manual and the Standard Operating Procedure governing the service.

The Report further recommended administrative actions against the Agents assigned and the continuation of in-service training to ensure enhanced operational capacity and readiness to always provide advance security service.

The Director of the EPS, Mr. Sam Gaye, has taken full responsibility of the situation and promised elevated measures to avoid any future security breach as well as the implementation of the recommendations of the Report.

The President expressed his gratitude to the Team for the Report, which includes findings and recommendations aimed at preventing such an event from happening in the future. He also promised to review the Report and consider the recommendations.

For Immediate Release President Boakai Provides Perspectives on Governance Issues In A BBC Interview as He Promises Swif...

For Immediate Release

President Boakai Provides Perspectives on Governance Issues In A BBC Interview as He Promises Swift Dismissal of Corrupt Officials

March 29, 2024

Executive Mansion, Monrovia; President Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr., was recently interviewed by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) where he shed light on various governance issues including corruption, food security, impunity, drug abuse, and the future of Liberia's youth.

He emphasized the need for a change in the perception of government as a place for self-elevation and personal enrichment, rather than a place of service and accountability. He vowed that he would dismiss any official of government caught in acts of abuse of public resources, as he views corruption as the root cause of Liberia's problems.

President Boakai said he believes that Liberia is not a poor country but on the contrary, the country is well endowed, and that people must understand their responsibility to the state and people to change the narrative about Liberia being a poor and corrupt country.
The President intimated that he is selective when it comes to appointing people in government, as he is determined to fight corruption to the core. He pointed to his long years of public service without any stain of corruption to serve as a reminder for people coming to Government.

Regarding agriculture, President Boakai re-echoed his conviction that Liberia has the potential to feed the world if its endowments are managed well.

He said that Liberiaโ€™s soil and land are fertile to produce rice, the country's staple, and his comments do not amount to a quick-fix solution to food insecurity but rather an accentuation that the country has the resources to do a lot more if corruption is curbed.

On the issue of war crimes court, President Boakai stated that he believes that those who bear the greatest responsibility for crimes must account for their actions and admit their wrongs as a way of ending impunity and promoting reconciliation.


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Executive mansion published: The suspension of Surcharge on petroleum products..


For Immediate

President Boakai Suspends Surcharge On Petroleum Pricing Structure

March 26, 2024

Executive Mansion, Monrovia: The President of the Republic, H.E. Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr., has issued an Executive Order suspending $0.20 surcharge on petroleum pricing structure with immediate effect.

The Order, numbered 128, was issued on March 21, 2024, and is part of the Government's efforts to reduce the cost of living for its citizens.

The President believes that lowering the cost of petroleum will have a positive impact on the lives of Liberians, as it will reduce the cost of goods and services, spur productivity and business profitability, as well as increase revenue for the Government.

The Liberian Constitution allows the President to issue Executive Orders in the public interest to address urgent issues paramount to the Countryโ€™s development.

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This is to inform all members of the National Photographers Union of Liberia - NAPUL that there will be a very important...

This is to inform all members of the National Photographers Union of Liberia - NAPUL that there will be a very important meeting on the *28th of March , 2024 at 3:00pm at the Jones Christian Academy School opposite the Ministry of Health , Congo Town.*

High on the agenda will be the discussion on the timetable of the next NAPUL Election to be held in may or June this year. Please note that we have written the Fokoe Administration reminding them of the expiration of their tenure and the need of the Union to go for election.

Thanks for your understanding and the support to the National Advisory Council -NAC.

Colston B. Zuomie, Sr.

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Ahead of General Enforcement, LNP Cautions Driving Public The Liberia National Police cautions the driving and general p...

Ahead of General Enforcement, LNP Cautions Driving Public

The Liberia National Police cautions the driving and general public of the following measures for the safety of all persons across the country:

All unauthorised vehicles with High Beam Lights, Sirens, flashers, and other emergency devices are asked to be removed;

All Right-Hand Drive vehicle owners are asked to take them off the streets, as such vehicles are not allowed to be driven in Liberia as per the Vehicle and Traffic Laws of Liberia;

All non-gas station gasoline sellers (can-boys) along the main streets within Monrovia and across the country are asked to be removed;

All vehicle operators who are in the constant habit of using the opposite Lane are asked to desist;

All vehicles, tri-cycles (Keke) and motorcycle owners are asked to register, insure, or update their documents.

These measures are intended to provide an enabling environment that will protect life and create a safe means for the commution of motorists and pedestrians.

The Liberia National Police, after its nationwide consultations, will in the soonest time commence general inspection to ensure road worthiness and that members of the driving public are in compliance with the vehicle and traffic laws of Liberia.

Signed: _______________________
H. Moses Carter, Sr.
Division of Press and Public Affairs (U-122)
Liberia National Police, RL

Report by :C. Amadu Blackie Jr Samsol Media OnlineThe Government of Liberia has taken an effective decision on our first...

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The Government of Liberia has taken an effective decision on our first count, which spoke about ownership and participation in section 33.1 by calling on the GOL to remove Debar Allen.
Debar Allen is now under suspension for time indefinite, and we were assured never to see his face at BMMC if he's the real problem.

Here are the remaining counts that will be addressed next week during a roundtable discussion with delegates from the Government of Liberia, BMMC, and the protesters.
We have made comprehensive research within the MDA and reference section to each of our counts in order to legally support our plights.

Section 11: HEALTH AND SAFETY (Health, Safety Procedures and Notification)
*Modern health and safety devices.
*HSE Plan in accordance with international standards.
*Notify government of accidents.
BMMC has no report of compliance. In fact, 13 Liberian workers have died because of non-compliance with this provision. Similarly, an equal number of Liberian workers have suffered various occupational
injuries and have never been compensated.

Section 11.2: SECURITY
According to the MDA, BMMC has contracted security guards, including one international
contractor- Blackpoll.
Why does BMMC need a station official state security?
This is a total violation of section 11.2 we demand the immediate removal of all state securities.

Section 11.3: SANITATION
BMMC is required to provide its employees with clean flush toilet and shower facilities at the work
places. This is not always the case in the BMMC workplace. We demand compliance.

Section 11.4: WATER SUPPLY
Clean and safe drinking water.
BMMC does not provide its workers the bulk of who reside in the mining town of Kinjor, clean and safe
drinking water. Workers and their families living in the mining town provide their own drinking water.

There is no established company housing for employees in kinjor.

Section 12.1: HEALTHCARE
There is no 24-hour emergency medical treatment facility available in any of BMMC production areas as
required by the MDA. We demand 100% compliance with the MDA on healthcare.

Section 12.2: EDUCATION
Although the company agreed to provide educational facilities free of charge to all dependents of
workers, there are no company schools in its production areas.
We demand BMMC to comply with the MDA section 12.2 on education in its entirety.

We demand full and straight compliance to applicable labor practices and laws of Liberia, which include
not hiring individuals who are not Liberian citizens for unskilled labor positions. That BMMC give
preference to the employment of qualified citizens of Liberia for financial, accounting, technical,
administrative, supervisory, managerial, and executive and other skill positions as it becomes available.
We demand at least 70% of all management positions, including 70% of the 10 most senior positions as
required by the MDA.

BMMC is required to provide on a continuing undergraduate and graduate training abroad for its
Liberian Staffs and qualify Liberian according to the MDA.
We demand that BMMC make its training commitment under the MDA retroactive, including the
establishment of vocational training facilities providing on the job training and hiring and training Liberia
Geologist as required by the MDA.

BMMC has no record of compliance with this provision. We demand full compliance to facilitate local
suppliers, contractors, and service providers to provide goods and services to BMMC as provided by the MDA.

We demand that BMMC purchase goods and services related to its operation from local Liberian
companies as required by the MDA.

In compliance with the MDA on restoration of damaged and degraded land including eco-system, rivers,
and streams. We demand that BMMC under take immediate restoration action in line with the Restated and amended MDA 2013. We acknowledge BMMC construction of roads in its operational areas to facilitate its work, we encourage the company to be a force for good by helping to construct and maintain the deplorable road network in the nearby communities.

Based on the resettlement action plan,we demand the immediate implementation of the livelihood
restoration programs agreed to in the RAP, including the product of the Suzanne workshop on livelihood
restoration and the sharing of social services such as electricity, sanitation control, and reduction of dust
pollution and clean drinking water in the mining town of Kinjor. That BMMC within the contest of the
RAP continues to provide support for the elderly near its operation sites. Currently, the downstream
communities are severely impacted by the operation of BMMC. We demand the immediate re-location
of downstream community with compensation for losses.

In order to commence operation in the Matambo Corridor.We demand that BMMC construct and complete all resettlement residential family housing under agreed, designed, and specification.All such communities shall conform to modern standard as provided in the MDA.

Let me borrow this quotation from an old saying from President Joseph Nyumah Boakai Sr.
"Whatever that's chasing you, if it doesn't stop running, you can't stop running."
BMMC, if you can't fulfill your obligation, it will serve as a recipe for continued protest.

Good luck to the Lone Star of Liberia.

Good luck to the Lone Star of Liberia.


For Immediate Release.

March 18, 2024.

Samsol Media Online, thanks President Joseph Nyuma Boakai for exempting LWSC from paying custom duties.

Monrovia, Liberia.

The Management of Samsol Media Online extends many thanks to the president of Liberia, Joseph Nyuma Boakai for exempting the Liberia Water Sewer Corporation from paying custom duties on materials and equipment intended to be used by the corporation to serve the country and suply safe drinking water to the people of Liberia.

This action of the president came as resoult of fostering the AREST aganda of the Rescue Mission.

We further appreciate the working of the Managing Director of the LWSC, Hon. Mohammad Ali, for his leadership and rediness to suply the people of Liberia with safe, affordable, and unstoppable drinking water as well as improving the deplorable sanitary condition of the city of Monrovia.

Meanwhile, the management of Samsol Media Online believes that this government has come to entirely rescue this country in all aspects

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Former BBC correspondent in Liberia, journalist Jonathan Paye-Layleh writes about the reaction from Senator Prince Y. Jo...

Former BBC correspondent in Liberia, journalist Jonathan Paye-Layleh writes about the reaction from Senator Prince Y. Johnson of Nimba County about the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia:

I have been away from Facebook for 3 months. I'm back very briefly to have my say on the plan to set up a war and economic crimes court in Liberia. I also want to talk to my senator, PYJ.

As a Liberian journalist who covered the wars and saw some of the atrocities and deliberate killings that characterized the fighting, I welcome the court wholeheartedly. The court will provide an opportunity for some people who are thought to have committed the worst war crimes to explain their deeds in a bid to clear their names. Also, some people who may be acting clean and innocent around here because their involvements in the wars were undercover and unnoticed, could find themselves in bigger trouble and be held to account.


To my Senator, PYJ: I am always troubled by your reaction to the planned coming of the court. You make it appear as though you are the only person who stands accused of unlawful actions in the war, and the only person expected to explain his past before the court.

Why do you feel alone, Senator Johnson?

Let me ask you a few questions: Were you and/or your troops involved in the infamous Lutheran Church massacre of 1990, for example? Were your fighters the ones who slaughtered over 800 displaced and fleeing civilians on September 8, 1994, in the B**g County central rural town of Kpolokpai when Gbarnga had fallen to an invading belligerent group? Were your forces the ones who lobbed rockets into the displaced people-packed Greystone Compound in Monrovia in June 2003? Were your guys the ones who were accused of killing and throwing civilians into the Maher River on the Bomi Hills Road? Were they the ones who threw fleeing civilians into the St. John River in September 1994? Was it your INPFL movement that attacked and killed locals in Sinje in 1996? Did you fight in River-G where atrocities were reportedly committed? What about the Bakedu atrocities in Lofa? Were your forces involved?

Don't you know also that the very senate in which you sit has people who need to respond to allegations of massive financial improprieties and serious economic crimes?

Senator, my point is: you need to accept to be given an opportunity to account for and defend your alleged actions in the wars; and the court obviously will come down with a fair verdict ---- guilty or non-guilt. But you need to know that besides you, there are many other actors still out there who need to answer to their alleged participations in the atrocious acts for which the wars became so uncivil, brutal, gruesome, cruel and very nasty. The scars of the bloodletting are still visible, and people responsible have to be held accountable.

So it annoys me that each time there is a discussion around the setting up of a war and economic crimes court, you take it personal and make people who do not know about happenings during the wars to see you as the lone alleged perpetrator.

You are the one, Senator Johnson, who's creating the impression that you are the only person for which the court is coming.

Instead of reacting harshly, relax, and let the court come so that Liberians, especially people who were not around, will get to know who did and did not do what.

As a son of Nimba County and someone who could succeed you after you have retired, this is my brotherly advice. "

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The Grand Cape Mount County Senator Madam Dabah M. Varpilah today wrote the Honorable Liberians Senate to summon the Minister of Justice and the Acting Defense Minister and the Leadership of the Armed forces of Liberia(AFL) to appeal at that August body to answer questions regarding the deployment of service men assigned at the BMMC operation areas in Grand Cape Mount County. The communication also requested the immediate withdrawal of all soldiers as their presence continues to post fear in the minds of the ordinary citizens of the county and also undermine the peace and security of the country by extension. In a related development, the Senator also wrote another communication to the Senate requesting that body Leadership to intervene in putting a halt to the ongoing relocation project of Bangoma town and requested the renegotiation of said project as the quality of the housing units and land space doesn't meet the best standards of the citizenry.


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