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Tuesday, July 23, 2002 - Parliamentary Representative for Castries North, Honourable Ignatius Jean indicated that among the projects to be given priority soon are access roads, drainage, water and housing developments. However, Mr Jean stated that residents of Tamarind Heights in the Active Hill community are very concerned about a particular problem in their community.

Speaking during the second of a two-day constituency tour, Mr. Jean explains that the Active Hill area, called Tamarind Height is among one of the areas, which will receive special attention. “ We have a problem there, where the Goddards have a development and there is an access problem, so we had to bring in the Chief Land Surveyor and other officials from the Ministry of Planning, to examine the situation and we hope that we will be able to resolve it properly, to give the people proper access as the people of Active Hill will benefit from a project by Wasco to bring in a new four inch pipe line to alleviate some of the problems they have been having over the years with water, ”Jean said.

The Parliamentary Representative stated that he foresees greater prospects for residents of the new Housing Developments at Cariliee. According to Jean, this new housing development provides a more environmentally friendly atmosphere and particularly for the former residents of Maynard Hill with enough space for cultivating a kitchen garden as well as tree crops. Hon. Ignatius Jean and Prime Minister Hon. Dr. Kenny Anthony ended a two-day tour of the Castries North constituency Monday July 22, 2002. The tour which began on Sunday, focused on the more deprived communities in that constituency with a view to alleviating some of their social and economic problems.

So far, Prime Minister Anthony, has visited the constituencies of Castries East, Castries North, Castries South, Anse La Raye/ Canaries, Laborie, Vieux Fort South , Micoud South and Dennery North.


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