Montego Bay, St. James (McN) – Collymore Drive road in Montego Bay got a much-needed major “face-lift” on Monday February 13 for the Municipal.
“CITY CLEANUP INITIATIVE”
The Project “City Cleanup Initiative” authorized by Mayor Homer Davis, which seeks to have a comprehensive cleanup of Montego Bay, began on Feb 12 with repair and re-channeling of Montego Bay city drains, then moved along to repair of sections of the widely used Collymore Drive, on Feb 13.
St. James Councilman Richard Vernon Jnr; Bryce Grant, Superintendent of Roads and Works; and Deputy Superintendent Saad Campbell, are working in cooperative to move the project along the streets of Montego Bay.
Collymore Drive serves as a major roadway, used by motor-vehicles and commuters daily to get onto Thompson and McCatty Streets, Montego Bay.
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Councillor Richard Vernon Jnr, was on site during the drain and road repairs.
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As the Municipal repair projects moves along ,Vernon Jnr. is pleased to report to Mckoy’s News, that more roads along Montego Bay are expected to get face-lifts.
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