Chester County sets "Zero Tolerance" policy for litter in April

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By Brian Garner

No one in Chester County should be contributing to the litter on the roadways at any time, but Chester County Litter Enforcement Officer T.J. Martin says those who litter during the month of April will be met with zero tolerance.

“The month of April will begin the state’s Zero Tolerance for Litter campaign, through Palmetto Pride,” said Martin. He said there will be a press conference at the S.C. Statehouse on April 3rd, which will serve as the kickoff for the statewide litter campaign.

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