The cleaning at the front beach was started with the combined efforts of the Local Government of Malay and Boracay Police yesterday.
This was learned from P/S Ins. Jeoffel Cabural, the Chief of Boracay Tourist Assistance Center (BTAC) in an interview.
The LGU, headed by Island Administrator, Glenn Sacapano, and Cabural for BTAC, have been busy implementing the Ordinance of Boracay prohibiting scattered items for sale at the seashore especially preventing commissioners from offering sea sporting activities.
This is in preparation for the arrival of the Royal Carribean Legend of the Seas cruise ship on Saturday, the 27th of October.
According to Cabural, preparations have been made for a month and that a successful operation is expected for the safety and security of everyone.
He added that almost all the friendly forces of the government like the Police, Army, Navy, Coast Guard, and even organizations of the Local Government of Malay, Non-government Organizations of Boracay, and different groups giving service to tourists have joined in the preparations.
Changes will also be made on the route of vehicles in the island and the hotels where the more than 2thousand 5hundred tourists will be going will have tight security.