Wednesday 18 Oct 2017

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Mayor Asks Citizens To Help Clean Up City

The Mayor of Goldsboro continues his push for a cleaner city. As the Goldsboro City Council wrapped up its meeting Monday, Mayor Chuck Allen noted the city has two big upcoming events, with the Wings Over Wayne Air Show this weekend, and the Dillard/Goldsboro Alumni and Friends annual Homecoming Parade and Military Appreciation Day events the following weekend downtown.  So Allen asks all home and business owners to keep their properties clean, especially during the next two weeks. Mayor Allen also says city and DOT crews have been busy sprucing up the Goldsboro area in time for the big events.

Goldsboro Mayor Chuck Allen

5 Comments

  1. Kelly tom says:

    Why don’t he clean up that dump he made on Stevens mill road ( on your right just pass the boat ramp ). Then we will help you clean Goldsboro

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  2. ShortyRok says:

    What??? U want us citizens to come together and clean up the trash but u can’t even guarantee our SAFETY!!!! U HAVE SHOOTINGS MORE OFTEN NOW THEN EVER IN WAYNE COUNTY!!! But U want us to risk our lives for u Mr. Chuck Allen??? G.T.F.O.H…..U AND UR GOONS GO CLEAN THE CITY THAT U DNT WANT TO PROTECT!!!!!

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  3. Kialboots says:

    He and his cronie libtards are the biggest litter producers of the city and county. All through their liberal welfare state$, policies and programs they live for. All a direct cause for the epidemic thugs and drugs problems we see all around us..That’s OK, they just voted themselves a nice pay raise..All is good in Libtopia..

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  4. Mark says:

    Maybe he should have asked the question of the people of Wayne county 2 weeks ago instead of a couple days before the Air Show, I personally keep my yard clean but hardly think anyone is going to tour Wayne County, they will drive directly to the event and return the same way, so perhaps they need to go clean up along the highways leading in and out of Goldsboro

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