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don countryside animals dump dead

Don't dump dead animals in the countryside!
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The City Council of La Oliva asks for collaboration to avoid the abandonment of dead animals in public spaces.

In a joint effort to preserve public health and respect for the environment, the City Council of La Oliva, through the Department of Public Health, headed by Councilor Christian Rodríguez, calls for citizen collaboration to avoid the abandonment of dead animals in public spaces, a problem that has been increasing in the municipality of La Oliva.

The mayor of the City of La Oliva, Isaí Blanco, stressed the importance of addressing this issue with responsibility and citizen awareness. "We cannot allow it to become standard practice to abandon dead animals in inappropriate places, such as ravines. This not only affects the well-being of our community, but it is also an action contrary to the regulations and ethics that we must follow as citizens," said the mayor.

For his part, the Councilor for Public Health, Christian Rodríguez, expressed his concern about this situation and stressed the need to change habits. "From the Department of Public Health we strongly request the help of citizens to avoid this type of practice. Dumping dead animals is not only inappropriate, but it's also illegal. It is essential to follow the appropriate regulations and practices, seeking a disposition that respects the environment," said Rodríguez.

The City Council of La Oliva calls for citizen collaboration, urging residents to report any situation of abandonment of dead animals. "If you ever encounter this unfortunate situation, we ask you to immediately contact the Public Health Department of the City of La Oliva or the Local Police service of the municipality. Citizen reporting is key to combating this problem and building a healthier and more respectful environment together," concluded Councilman Christian Rodríguez.
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