Voluntary Service Pays Back Big


-As Sanitation Worker Wins Paynesville Town Hall Community Chairmanship

By Washington Tumay Watson-onewash9@gmail.com

MONROVIA-Residents of Paynesville Town Hall Community have elected Mr. Mark Tulay as chairman.

Mr. Tulay is engaged into sanitation work within the community for several years providing services for a little amount.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with our reporter Monday, December 5, 2022 the newly elected chairman of Paynesville Town Hall Community attributed his victory to service and concern for the sanitary and health needs of the residents.

The former Co-chairman who according to him, was marginalized by the chairman at the time because of his critical and transparent standing on service for the overall good of the community residents and the environment.

He narrated that because of his quest to ensure that the community is clean at the time and that he was in leadership as co-chairman, they were able to work along with authorities of the Paynesville City Corporation to formulate a team of twenty-five youths with the objective to have the community clean.

Mr. Tulay further narrated that the youth did not put in time to implement such a project, something that prompted him to embark on his personal initiative by taking the community residents’ garbage for a little amount per household.

“During the elections, my opponent tries using this against me, by saying that I’m a dirt man and the residents should not elect me, but they forgot that they were promoting me, so the residents saw service in me and spoke with one voice through the ballot box and I won with three hundred votes out of six hundred ballots”, he indicated.

Tulay vowed not to stop working to keep the community clean because of his present position, stressing that his leadership will expand the service if given the needed materials.

According to him, the community’s new leadership under his supervision will do things differently for the overall good of the residents.

He named, sanitation, health, education, agriculture, security, and reconciliation among others as his deliverables.

The newly elected chairman described garbage as a means of getting cash through recycling and the cleaning of it by service providers.

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