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Sunday, 27 November 2016 09:53

Prime Minister promises restart for stopped projects

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Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has assured the residents of Carenage that all the projects stopped in the area will soon be restarted. Speaking during a public meeting in the Constituency of Diego Martin West on Friday, he stressed the importance of Local Government reform in a bid to transform the way corporations deliver services.

Dr Rowley also mentioned plans to further develop the area. He said the Chaguaramas Development Authority has taken the decision to encourage some residents in the community to access farm lands in the Chaguaramas valley. The Prime Minister said they are ensuring that the people of Carenage and environs get full use of the lands around them.

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