Romes mayor, Walter Veltroni, has formed a new team to work on the Decoro Urbano. In all, 48 people divided into teams of three will work two shifts a day, six days of the week in various key areas of the city. These teams, who are independent of AMA, the agency responsible for rubbish collection and the general cleanliness of the city, will remove illegal posters, refill holes in the roads and cracks in the pavements, replace road signs that have been uprooted, remove graffiti and restore damage done by vandals in parks and gardens. The new teams will work in the area of the Via Salaria and the Via Nomentana, the Stazione Termini, S. Lorenzo, the Esquilino, Testaccio, and Trastevere, S. Peters and Prati.
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