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WCD/EBE drainage, road works ongoing

first_imgThe West Coast of Demerara (WCD) is now benefiting from a region-wide maintenance programme on various roads and waterways, including drains and canals, through a Region Three Regional Democratic Council (RDC) project.Funded through monies allotted in the Region’s budget, the project aims to tackle “major issues” in various villages on the West Coast.The community of De Kinderen, WCD, is currently benefiting from rehabilitation of all of its roads. Through assistance from the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA), all drains in the area are also being maintained.Maintenance works have also commenced on trenches throughout the WCD, with 10 being dug out and cleared and several more to be tendered for.The communities of Zeelugt, Tuschen, Zeeburg, Ocean View (Uitvlugt) and Meten-Meer-Zorg are also said to be benefiting from similar works.Some $1.6 million was allotted and used for concrete strips to be constructed in Zeelugt, East Bank Essequibo (EBE).Additionally, burial grounds in each of these areas are currently benefiting from major improvements.According to Tuschen-Uitvlugt Neighbourhood Democratic Council (NDC) Chairman Vishal Ambedkar, the project is targeting areas based on the seriousness of the issues, whether road or drainage related or otherwise.“We want everybody to benefit from the money so we are looking into the situation and rectifying depending on the state [of the infrastructure],” the NDC Chairman explained.He, however, noted that although consultations with the RDC and NDCs were limited, as “we have not been notified on many issues”, the Tuschen-Uitvlugt NDC is happy with the project.Ambedkar further noted that one area that needed urgent attention was Tuschen Phase Two where the roads were a major cause of concern for residents in the area.“We are seeking Government’s assistance to rectify that issue, because the global state of the road in that area is a major cause of distress,” Ambedkar revealed.“Cars taken by the residents to go into the area have since raised their fare since the road is in such a deplorable state.”The NDC Chairman revealed that recent talks were had with Minister of State, Joseph Harmon as well as Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson regarding these issues and the need for Government’s urgent assistance.Several letters were also sent to Communities Minister Ronald Bulkan and the NDC and RDC were hoping for a favourable response.last_img read more

KOP THAT! NOW JIM McGUINNESS LINKED TO JOB AT ANFIELD

first_imgWE KNOW Jim McGuinness is good – now it seems so does Liverpool Football Club.That’s the latest report linking the Donegal manager with a change of sport, following reports linking him with Celtic last week.The claim – in the Irish Times – says Jim McGuinness is being linked to a full-time position as sports psychologist with Liverpool football club. But they also report the link has been dismissed by the Donegal County Board, presuming the Board can speak on Jim McGuinness’s behalf.Donegal chairman PJ McGowan insisted: “Jim was appointed for four years and he has only done two. He wanted four years himself and that’s what we agreed to.“This is total news to me. We have already talked to Jim about plans for what he intends to do over the winter months and next year.“What Jim does in his own time is his business but this would be a total shock,” McGowan added. McGuinness has an MSc in sport psychology from John Moore’s University in Liverpool and has given lectures to several non-GAA sports organisations.He is believed to have recent links with Liverpool’s manager and Antrim native Brendan Rodgers. KOP THAT! NOW JIM McGUINNESS LINKED TO JOB AT ANFIELD was last modified: October 5th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more