Coops need to be demolished

THE coops in the residential areas of the Northern Emirates, especially in Ras Al Khaimah, need a crucial resolution to be eliminated.

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Published: Sun 2 Jul 2006, 10:22 AM

Last updated: Sat 4 Apr 2015, 7:05 PM

The grace period given to the coops’ owners to transfer their coops should be totally ignored. Earlier, we had called on the coops’ owners to get rid of these coops since they have a negative effect on the public health of the inhabitants.

The coops, in fact, can cause many diseases carried by mosquitoes and other flies. In addition, they create a nuisance and bad odour.

Perhaps, constructing a designated area for coops at remote places can be considered an active step to resolve this problem.

Although we hail the efforts exerted by the municipal council in this regard, this matter is in dire need of a crucial step to determine an irrevocable grace period to gut these coops.

As a result, if the coops’ owners do not adhere to such a warning, their coops must be completely demolished.



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