Monday, April 22, 2024

Garage torn down

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BIG OR SMALL, rich or poor, the Town and Country Planning Department will not be tolerating anyone who erects illegal structures.

For the second time within a few weeks, with the help of Ministry of Transport and Works (MTW) workers, the department yesterday tore down an illegally-built structure at Diamond Avenue, Rock Dundo, St Michael.

Speaking to the SATURDAY SUN, a town planning official said an unauthorised extension to a garage, which was close to the house’s boundary line, had to be removed.

During a previous operation a few weeks ago in Jackson, St Michael, a few members of that community had expressed concern that they were being targeted due to their economic class.

Please read the full story in today’s Saturday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.

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