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Water woes for St Joseph residents


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RESIDENTS OF ST JOSEPH are becoming increasingly frustrated by water woes.
This was evident during a town hall meeting held by the Barbados Water Authority (BWA) last night at the Grantley Adams Memorial School, where the residents turned out in their numbers to air their grievances.
BWA general manager, Dr John Mwansa; manager of engineering, Charles Marville and Lawrence Cumberbatch, project manager of the Inter-American Development Bank project execution unit tried their best to convince the audience plans were in the works to improve the water flow in the area, to no avail. (RB)


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