He immediately conferred with the Councillor for Marabella West, Ms. La Verne Smith to follow up on the issue and was informed that the premises fell under the purview of the Trinidad and Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company (NP).
“I called the authorities at NP and am very happy to report that they arrived that same day to clean the premises. I thank them for their swift actions to rectify the situation, and I have their commitment that they will continue to maintain the area” he said.
Councillor Smith further assured that she will liaise with NP on this matter to ensure that the necessary steps are taken for regular upkeep of the property.
The Mayor expressed his continued dedication to ensuring that the city’s standards of cleanliness and public health are consistently upheld, “We urge members of the public to continue working with us as they have been doing, to clean their surroundings and institute the measures recommended by the Ministry of Health and our Public Health department to prevent the spread of mosquito-borne diseases.The Council and Administration will certainly continue to do its part to ensure that the city of San Fernando is clean, safe and healthy.”
- San Fernando City Corporation