On Tuesday, January 30, 2007, I attended a meeting involving the Kagman Komunidat, DPS, DLNR Forestry, and others to address road safety concerns in Kagman. It appears that a lot of the secondary roads have been neglected and there's a lot of overgrown vegetation that have been turning two-way streets into one-way streets. This is a major concern as it puts everyone's safety at risk.
At our meeting, DPS showed a video of the roads that need to be cleared and, since this is a safety issue, we all agreed to tackle this issue head on ASAP. On a designated day soon, a group will pick up the trash, followed by the heavy machinery (tractor mower and such) to mow the grass and remove invasive foliage. The trash trailer will follow to pick up the litter bags. Sounds like a plan.
We have a lot of preliminary work to do until then!