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Pleasant view . . . once again

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Pleasant view . . . once again

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THE DUMPING GROUND behind Pleasant View has been cleaned up, thanks to a cooperative effort involving parliamentary representative Chris Sinckler and Troy Williams, who lives nearby.
In a telephone interview, Sinckler said the area was a problem, which he had been struggling with for some time. He said he asked Williams, who operates the nearby Williams Tools & Equipment Rentals Inc., to come and clean it after seeing the article in Monday’s DAILY NATION.
“This was not the first time this has happened. Usually we rely on the Public Health Division . . . but it is really becoming a problem as there is a cost involved and we can’t keep cleaning it,” he said.
Williams said he had the area cleaned free of cost as a concerned citizen since he lived nearby in St Stephen’s Hill.
He said workers hauled away five truckloads of garbage, including things such as the decomposing head of a cow and animal carcasses, as well as appliances and coconuts.
 He said the clean-up took longer than it should have because workers had encountered a beehive. (CA)