Tuesday, 13 March 2018 11:50

Relocating Entire Communities May Be Necessary To Deal With Flooding

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Relocation of entire communities may be required to fulfill the mandate of the Ministry of Works and Transport in alleviating the country's flooding woes.

This, from Acting Permanent Secretary Sonia Francis-Yearwood as she updated the Joint Select Committee on the Ministry's progress in this area of their work.

She says because squatting and squatters do not fall under the Ministry's purview, they have to work with other agencies, such as the Land Settlement Agency and others, to solve the problem.

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