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Ramish and Leela
Wednesday, 01 November 2017 18:14

Tamarind Square Cleaned Up

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Tamarind Square has been cleaned and beautified by the Port of Spain City Corporation, as it no longer serves as a home for street dwellers.

The Port of Spain Mayor, Joel Martinez, made the announcement on Wednesday.

Mayor Martinez said the Government is looking to construct a place for the street dwellers.

 

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