New Covert, Mobile Surveillance System to Capture Illegal Dumpers in the Act.A private group joins forces with the City to turn the tide on criminals and deliver heavy enforcement/penalties
PHILADELPHIA -- Criminals responsible for illegal dumping in the Port Richmond Port Richmond can refer to:
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3. Steve Jurash, President and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of MAP, "This is going to be like Reality TV at its finest. The cameras will record the illegal acts as they take place. We'll get their faces and their vehicles. And when the perpetrators are brought to justice, they won't believe the levels of enforcement and penalties they experience even when it's happening.
"This is an important move funded by the City of Philadelphia and made possible by the cooperative efforts of the Police Neighborhood Services Unit, the DA's office, and the Streets Department. There is focus on a pressing and common need," Jurash added. "Part of a program called 'Philadelphia More Beautiful,' it follows a similar installation by the Port Richmond Industrial Development Enterprise (PRIDE) that has already taken place. The RCA project is also backed by City Council Representative Joan Krajewski from the sixth district. The result will be an improved quality of life for residents and business owners in the area and an improved environment to help entice a greater workforce and industrial investment in the area."
Councilwoman Krajewski said, "Illegal dumping and similar defacement de·face
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2. to the growth and industrial prosperity of the Port Richmond area. At present, a visitor arriving by I-95 is greeted by a confusing con·fuse
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This is far from the positive messages RCA businesses and the City of Philadelphia want to share with prospective customers, clients and employees. By taking corrective measures that include prompt and harsh penalties - even for first-time offenders, RCA plans to get the message out that these practices are unacceptable. As a result of the new surveillance system, offenders will now find just how seriously this is being taken.
About the Richmond Corridor Association:
The RCA was established to unite industrial businesses within a geographical location to improve and secure the industrial area. Through a joint effort with the Urban Industry Initiative (UII UII Unique Item Identifier
UII Unified Industries Incorporated (Springfield, VA, USA) ) the organization works to promote development in the following areas:
* Growth of membership will bring collective power in advocating issues of land use and occupancy certificates
* Land use restructuring and zoning
* Utility infrastructure improvement
* Street maintenance, transportation
* Prevention of crime, vandalism The intentional and malicious destruction of or damage to the property of another.
The intentional destruction of property is popularly referred to as vandalism. It includes behavior such as breaking windows, slashing tires, spray painting a wall with graffiti, and , and dumping
* Increased security and value to aid in keeping and attracting employees
About the Manufacturing Alliance of Philadelphia:
MAP is a trade organization created to give voice to the owners and employees of this important sector of Philadelphia's economy. The Alliance addresses issues of policy, economic development, job training and other topics relevant to the growth and economic well being of the industry. Its members are manufacturing and allied industry groups from within the City of Philadelphia that work in collaboration with government and other agencies to resolve challenges that might harm the sector and the City at large.
For more information, contact Bob Sincovich at (267) 614-2265 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on the Richmond Corridor Association, visit www.uiiphilly.org/rca/rca.htm.