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Gooding-Edghill answers cries

SHERRYLYN CLARKE, [email protected]

Gooding-Edghill answers cries

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RESIDENTS OF GRAZETTES and Black Rock, St Michael, got at least one of their concerns addressed yesterday when a number of road signs were either replaced or installed for the first time.
Barbados Labour Party candidate for the St Michael West Central constituency in the last general election, Ian Gooding-Edghill, said some signs had fallen into disrepair.
Streets to get new signs included Kellman’s Land, 1st and 2nd Avenue, Fairfield, and Goring Land.
Gooding-Edghill told the SATURDAY SUN that there were still a number of areas where signs were required.
He said the erection of signage was part of a “constituency wide campaign” which will include debushing and the installation of street lights.
The politician said some areas in the constituency had large numbers of senior citizens and retired people who were concerned about their safety given the overgrowth of bush.
Gooding-Edghill said he was looking to both Government and the private sector for assistance with the debushing. (NB)