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Mayor Young publishes 10 most cited sanitation violators as part of Clean It Up! Campaign

Posted at 3:00 PM, Feb 05, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-05 18:17:26-05

BALTIMORE, Md. — Mayor Jack Young published a list of the 10 most cited sanitation violators on Wednesday.

The rollout is another critical piece of the Clean It Up! Campaign, as Mayor Young has pledged to hold repeat sanitation violators accountable.

“We have identified individuals and businesses who have received the most sanitation violation citations in the past year and while some of them have taken corrective action, others have not and need to,” said Mayor Young. “This is the top 10 list that no one should want to make. Essential to being a good neighbor is keeping your property and city clean. I am committed to holding those who repeatedly dump or don’t properly clean up their trash to account.”

Since launching the Clean It Up! Campaign last week, Mayor Young says they have closed out over 1,000 new work orders while clearing out just over 500 of the older backlogged ones. He said they are on pace of clearing the backlog by April 1.

Mayor Young also announced his annual Spring Cleanup, which will be held on Saturday, April 18. Residents can call 311 to register. The mayor encourages residents to track their progress by utilizing the new CleanStat Dashboard, where you can see their goals and measurement for success.

To view the list of 10 most cited sanitation violators, click here.