I would implement a 'tree tax', any home or neighborhood without a trees or parks will be given a 'green tax' for not following the local government policy, this also rewards the houses who did follow the government policy by lessening their tax burden. We need real government enforcement of greening up puntland rather then just relying on the good will of the resident. If your property lacks 2-3 trees or garden space, u will incur a $200-300 fine yearly and that will increase our local government revenue who can then plant other areas of the city with the increased funds from the 'tree tax'. Let's enforce this policy for 5 years and u will see all garowe and all puntland greened up quickly.Observations
- Garowe is so clean and well-designed Masha'Allah. Cleanliness is part of our faith, so I love that our capital embodies this concept.
- Garowe has so much space, they should do something about people having empty plots for god knows how long. The city is designed so beautifully that it should be completely built up.
- Another thing you'll notice is how easy it is to greenify the city, look at those compounds surrounded by greenery. Garowe should find a way to make people plant in their gardens.