Support our campaign to continue weekly rubbish collections and clean up #muckymerton

The Labour Council want to enforce fortnightly bin collections and the use of large, expensive wheelie bins. Merton Conservatives are therefore campaigning for the following:

- Continue the existing arrangement for weekly rubbish collections, without the compulsory imposition of wheelie bins

- Reintroduce weekly street cleaning

- Increase mobile CCTV to crack down on graffiti and fly tipping

If you support our campaign to continue weekly rubbish collections and clean up Merton, then please sign up below

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Promoted by Philip Williams on behalf of Merton Conservatives, both of 3 Summerstown, London, SW17 0BQ