By Agency for Public Information
The official opening of the Long Line Road at Belmont, in North Leeward, has set the pace for other developmental thrust in the area.
Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Sustainable Development and Culture and area representative, Carlos James said the agricultural depot once housed at Belmont is set to be returned there and this lends itself to the further development of Chateaubelair as a town, hence the need for essential services such as banking to be established in the area.
While addressing the gathering, the minister pointed out that the repairs and construction of the long line road was necessary to aid not only the farmers of the area, but will aid in the evacuation process in the case of any emergency.
The Long Line Road was constructed at an estimated cost of US$3.3 million and was officially opened on Thursday.
The interconnecting road was constructed under the Regional Disaster Vulnerability Reduction Project.
Mr One Vote selling out his country like Ralph and Julian. you will hear the excuse when those plans doen’t materialize or they will want to attribute any gains to the shady quarry deal they made the other day. Spending millions but no wok being created fo our people.
Carlos stop lying to us! How many of us were sent to Turks and Caicos for training with sandals? You have treated us with disregards but don’t count on us to keep you in the lime light . You are a total disappointment for all the youths in north leeward. Grow some balls and back bone to deal with your local boss. Because to call …… world boss is a discredit to real bosses around the world.
Think about the nonsensical ideas you shared in your speech …. Your words means nothing show us action !
Lie evermore. You can run but you can’t hide. You can’t fool us anymore. Lying scumbags. Aryo reign coming to an end.
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