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80 street lamps given to constituencies across Linden

first_imgConstituencies across Region 10 (Upper Demerara- Berbice) were the recipients of a number of street lamps, which were handed over by the Linden Mayor and Town Council (LM&TC) last week.LM&TC Treasurer Audrey Nelson (right) makes a donation to constituency representative, Councillor Fern Mckoy (left) in the presence of Linden Deputy Mayor Waneka Arindell (centre) and Councillors Leroy James and Wainwright BethuneRepresentatives of the eight constituencies each received 10 lamps to be placed in their respective areas. The street lamps were handed over at the office of the LM&TC. The lamps are to be installed by the Linden Electricity Company Inc (LECI) and the Linden Utility Services Co-op Society Limited (LUSCSL) in time for the festive season.Linden Mayor Carwyn Holland said the project was aimed at lighting up areas in the community, noting that more was yet to come.“We know there are several dark streets within the township and we’re just happy to play our little part with this contribution”, he said.“It’s not the end of the lamps…because we expect a donation of several street lamps through the Ministry of Communities, from the Japanese grant. However, we’ve not gotten it as yet. So Council decided to invest in 80 street lamps. It is our plan to light up Linden, make Linden brighter and…make Linden safe,” the Mayor said.He noted that providing the street lamps was also part of efforts to ensure the security of the township. (Utamu Belle)last_img read more

Council grants Lane Closure by Bert Bowes School

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Council allowed staff to proceed with the Lane ClosureApplication.The lane depicted within Bert Bowes will allow for the consolidation of School District No. 60 lands was inadvertently missed when the original road/lane closures were completed in 1972.- Advertisement -Raised at a joint meeting earlier this year between the School District Board and City Council, city staff committed to finalizing this outstanding issue.In 1972, the City and School District No. 60 completed a number of roads and lane closures in the 9900 block between 108 and 102 Streets through two bylaws: Bylaw Numbers 418 and 426.The raising of titles for the road/lane closures was finalized in 2004 (except one) with title automatically being registered in the name identified in the Order in Council that was granted by the Province.As there are many individual parcels in this area and the School District would like to consolidate them.Advertisementlast_img read more