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    February 21

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Payne has White Hill fix

EZRA STUART, ezrastuart@nationnews.com

Added 16 May 2018


BLP chairman George Payne explaining the proposed strategy to party supporters. (WILLCOMM)

Long-standing St Andrew parliamentary representative George Payne has promised to rectify the situation with the road in White Hill.

He made the comments while wrapping up a Barbados Labour Party mass meeting in Church Village, St Philip last night.

Payne said the decision made by Minister of Transport and Works Michael Lashley in November 2014 to abandon the road would be reversed as it had divided the district.

He said it was causing people living in White Hill to travel longer distances to get to and from their homes. (EZS)


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