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Mia vows to fix sewage problems


Mia vows to fix sewage problems

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Leader of the Barbados Labour Party (BLP), Mia Mottley, promises that if her party forms the next Government the sewage problems that plague the South Coast will be a thing of the past.

And she castigated the Freundel Stuart administration for prioritising extensions at the Grantley Adams International Airport after she had warned as far back as 2015 that there were issues at the South Coast Sewage Treatment Plant.

She raised these issues while addressing the party’s mass meeting on Sunday night at Worthing, Christ Church.

“The Cabinet went two months ago or less and agreed to spend $175/185 million at Grantley Adams [International] Airport to build a new control tower, to extend the departure lounge and to rebuild the parking aprons . . . .

“How do we get putting an air traffic control tower before fixing the South Coast Sewage Treatment Plant?” Mottley asked as she warned that the South Coast sewage issues were likely to be repeated if they were not fixed with urgency. (SDB Media) 

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