Monday, April 22, 2024

Grazettes residents: Clean vacant lots


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Concerned residents of Grazettes and Fairfield, St Michael, want overgrown lots in the area cleared.
Yesterday Kay Goodman, of Long Gap, Grazettes, making the call in relation to a lot behind her house, said both of her children, aged two and four, had contracted dengue fever in the past month.
She said someone started to clear the lot yesterday morning, but she is concerned that it is not cleared often enough. Her mother Dawn Rayside-Goodman called it a disaster and an eyesore.
“Down in there has been like that for years. We used to clear a portion close to our yard but there was too much controversy with the owners and we do not touch it anymore,” she said. (LK)


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