Southern News Network (correspondent Yang Jinchun reporter Wang Cong) Qixia District Yanziji Street Chemical Fiber New Village Community is a typical factory and old residential area, where the road was damaged and the garbage was left unattended. Under the leadership of the party building, the Community Two Committees have improved the environmental quality of the community in a planned and step-by-step manner in recent years. Now the old community has turned into an old-age garden. The flowers dress up the community, and everyone in the community praises them.
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Sha Junguang, secretary of the Chemical Fiber New Village, said that the community was built in the 1960s. At present, there are more than 900 residents over the age of 60, and the community has entered an aging society. In 2014, the “Environmental Cleanup” campaign began, and the current residential area is clean and tidy. Through party building and tie-tapping, the enthusiasm of party members and cadres to work hard, and actively participate in the service for the elderly, and carry out activities of "helping meals, helping doctors, helping baths, helping cleanliness and helping music", and many people praised them. The community also established 10 team members of volunteers to create a red home for the elderly. In order to promote the national health city review work, the volunteers of the chemical fiber new village community volunteers work together to remove miscellaneous trees and weeds in time. Organized people to pruning more than 600 trees of more than 50 years old, such as phoenix tree, camphor, and magnolia, to make the community transparent. Concentrate on manpower and material resources, and clean up 56 dormitory buildings and debris in the area of 113,000 square meters. In the community, the rose garden, the cassia garden and the bamboo garden were built. In particular, a garden filled with 6,000 dianthus trees was built. The residents of the community praised everyone. The old people were especially happy. There were old-age gardens around them, saving the park.xx