GREAT BAY, Sint Maarten (DCOMM) – Ministry of Public Housing, Environment, Spatial Development and Infrastructure (Ministry VROMI), will commence with removing all vehicles matching the description of unpaid road tax, outdated inspection, abandonment, and hazardous to public safety upon notice as of Wednesday, January 13th.
The two areas where the aforementioned will take place in cooperation with the Community Police Officers (CPO’s), will be Dutch Quarter and Belvedere.
All owners of vehicles matching the aforementioned description are advised to remove their vehicles immediately.
Over 50 car wrecks were collected and crushed for the month of November from the Cul de Sac area. The total car wrecks since the commencement of the projects surpasses 100 cars, eradicating the hazardous environment these wrecks give birth to.
The project continued in December in the Fort Willem/Bush Road/Belair area.
The campaign to successfully eliminate illegally parked vehicles off the public road will continue tackling all districts in the country.