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Wardens working without tickets


MARIA BRADSHAW, [email protected]

Wardens working without tickets

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CITY TRAFFIC WARDENS may be 
on the job, but they don’t have parking tickets 
to hand out.

The SUNDAY SUN understands that traffic wardens have been carrying empty blue books in their hands for more than a month.

The Police Traffic Department is responsible for the 13 traffic wardens who patrol Bridgetown 
and its environs 
on a daily basis, but 
when this newspaper contacted Station Sergeant Seibert Johnson he said he was not aware of the situation and referred us to Inspector Ronald Standford, who is in charge of the department. However, up until 
press time the 
SUNDAY SUN was 
unable to reach him.

A source close to the situation revealed that the Government Printery had advised that it had nothing with which to print the tickets, and had made several requests for stationery but to no avail. (MB)

 

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.

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