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JUSD calls on government to stop possile health crisis and update traffic system



JAMAICANS UNITED FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (JUSD | 2013-01-01 00:00:00

Jamaicans United for Sustainable Development (JUSD) are calling upon the NSWMA to coordinate the immediate collection and clearing of the streets of Kingston, St. Andrew, St. Catherine and other affected areas of the enormous piles of garbage which now pose a serious health hazard to residents of the country.  

Garbage has not been collected in many areas in recent weeks and this will soon begin to attract  more rats and other pests and there has been a noticeable increase over the past two days in swarms of mosquitoes surrounding piles of garbage which no doubt will add to the health danger.

The NSWMA must arrange for hiring the necessary trucks and crews to clean the cities before we start the New Year surrounded by garbage.  

JUSD is asking SSP Radcliffe Lewis to see that the police records are updated with regards to outstanding traffic tickets or to have a mechanism  in place which will allow law-abiding citizens to prove that they have paid their ticket fines and may licence their vehicles as they would need to.




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