Photos provided by Janet Albury-Simpson
I am writing to express my concern regarding the amount of debris still evident all around the island.
is time for the secondary clean up. Debris needs to be removed and the
streets of Grand Bahama Island should be made clean, safe and secure
for drivers and pedestrians once again.
disturbing to see that road signs are still down, several are in good
order and just need to be erected for drivers to note the speed limits
and other caution warnings, hanging wires are a menace and presents a
danger for the school children who can get entangled in it, broken and
discarded wood and cement power poles should be collected and removed
from the sides of the roads. Street signs should hopefully now be
re-ordered and replaced. How long will this unsatisfactory situation
Islanders were dealt a horrific blow
and compliments poured out when the cleanup began and essential services
were restored. All I am asking is for the work to continue to
completion. The landscaping debris, is an eyesore and needs to be
removed. It is big load and not one that residents can easily remove
themselves. In most subdivisions, it is a service that is paid for by
the landowners service charge fee.
dealing with financial and economic hardships. A cleaner environment
will do much to lift the spirits of the residents. What an eyesore for
the visitors whom we desperately need.
Let's get the job done... a new year has begun!
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