Friday, April 19, 2024

Muddy day for residents

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Trevor Lewis (left) supervisor at Castle Plantation, believes Government has to look at the design of the road, but resident Gregory Thompson is of the opinion that the move to planting crops other than sugar cane in the plantation’s fields is causing the mud spill.
This was in regards to residents of Lower Castle, St Peter, who were unable to travel on that road for the past two days after rain washed eight inches of mud from a plantation field onto the road. It was the fifth time in two months the residents were affected by the mud spill which prevented several of them from leaving their homes because the road was impassable.

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