Hello, everyone!Most of you probably don't know me, since I'm a rather new addition to the ranks here in the Empire. I am Mobioid. I am a mobius strip. And I am made of bacon. It's infinite deliciousness!But that's not what I'm here about!I am here to raise awareness about an issue that I have seen not only here, but also on many other servers as well, especially servers that have been around as long as EMC has.Take a look at these pictures:Half-destroyed structures. Griefed and impossible-to-navigate land. Abandoned buildings and shacks. These and other hideous deformations mar the land around nearly every Frontier Outpost. Unfortunately, due to the way that the rules are written, it is impossible for players who truly care for the server and its maintanence to clean up and repair the damage that has been done. This is why I am calling for the staff to consider ammending the rules for the Frontier lands!I propose two options. Either would work, but both together would be the most effective.1: Ammend the rules of the server to allow concerned users such as myself to clean and maintain the region directly surrounding spawn, removing any structures that are Clearly Abandoned and repairing the damage that has been done to the grounds adjacent to spawn, as far out as 250 blocks away from the current 100-block protected region. This would allow users to use their spare resources for the good of the community, repairing the damage and even opening up areas that are currently too damage to settle in for repopulation. Perhaps a system could even be implemented to track how much users help to "repair" the area and reward them for it, but that wouldn't be necessary right away.2: Implement a "Cleanup Team". This team would be dedicated to the cleaning and maintanence of the Frontier worlds on the server that they play on most. Users could volunteer their time to serve the Empire in this way. Rewards would, again, be a nice bonus, but optional. I know that for myself, I don't really care about getting perks for doing something like this, I just want to see the job get done.I am open to other suggestions, but to me these two seem to be the most easily implemented and most feasable ways to get the job done without too much hassle on the part of the Senior Staff/Admins.