Odour forces office closure
AN OFFENSIVE?ODOUR caused the delay in the opening yesterday of the Holetown branch of the Barbados Licensing Authority, according to Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Transport and Works Lionel Nurse.
The incident caused many people hoping to transact business at the offices to remain outside in frustration until midday when the doors were opened.
Some left in disgust.
However, inadequate communication on the reason for the late opening left several customers complaining about poor service by the agency.
But Nurse said the problem had been rectified and promised there should be no issues for customers when the office reopened on Monday. (ES)