Advertisement 87
Advertisement 211
Road cleaning programme

Workers on the road cleaning programme in eastern St. Vincent in 2020. (iWN photo)

Advertisement 298

Over 5,000 persons are employed under the   annual “summer road cleaning programme”, which began last Thursday.

The Roads, Building and General Services Authority) BRAGSA) is coordinating the programme.

BRAGSA said that the 5,000 workers on the programme will include 395 gangs and 892 jobbers, who will be responsible for the cutting of trees, and cleaning of roads in all 15 constituencies over the next two weeks.

Contracts will also be given to over 150 truckers and conductors.

The programme is being executed at an estimated cost of EC$2.5 million.

Advertisement 271

“BRAGSA is, therefore, appealing to motorists and pedestrian to take the necessary precautions during this period,” a press release said.

4 replies on “5,000 people get 2-week road cleaning jobs”

  1. Is this all that some Vincentians are good for? Two weeks road cleaning jobs? Please God help us and deliver us from our new Masters?

  2. The culmination of 20 yrs of a government government dedicated to employing ,empowering and lifting it’s citizens out of poverty. Wow! I say a knighthood should be bestowed upon our great Cumrod.

Comments are closed.