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Mottley to Moreno: Lend us back IDB housing funds

The Mottley administration is seeking to borrow from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to build low-income houses in an effort to combat over-crowding in some public housing estates – money the previous administration sent back to the bank. The issue of density in areas such as Pine and Wildey, St Michael, and Silver Hill and Gall Hill, Christ Church, among ...

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Mottley to Moreno: Lend us back IDB housing funds

The Mottley administration is seeking to borrow from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to build low-income houses in an effort to combat over-crowding in some public housing estates – money the previous administration sent back to the bank. The issue of density in areas such as Pine and Wildey, St Michael, and Silver Hill and Gall Hill, Christ Church, among ...

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Mottley to Moreno: Lend us back IDB housing funds

The Mottley administration is seeking to borrow from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to build low-income houses in an effort to combat over-crowding in some public housing estates – money the previous administration sent back to the bank. The issue of density in areas such as Pine and Wildey, St Michael, and Silver Hill and Gall Hill, Christ Church, among ...

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Mottley to Moreno: Lend us back IDB housing funds

The Mottley administration is seeking to borrow from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to build low-income houses in an effort to combat over-crowding in some public housing estates – money the previous administration sent back to the bank. The issue of density in areas such as Pine and Wildey, St Michael, and Silver Hill and Gall Hill, Christ Church, among ...

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Little relief

More than a year after residents in Lower Estate, St George complained about a nearby dump owned and operated by sanitation entrepreneur Anderson Fat Child Cherry, they have reported only minimal relief. Resident Roger Craig said that although the quarry has been closed, an environmental problem leading to doctors’ visits persists. “It has not been completely rectified. Over the months ...

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Little relief

More than a year after residents in Lower Estate, St George complained about a nearby dump owned and operated by sanitation entrepreneur Anderson Fat Child Cherry, they have reported only minimal relief. Resident Roger Craig said that although the quarry has been closed, an environmental problem leading to doctors’ visits persists. “It has not been completely rectified. Over the months ...

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Little relief

More than a year after residents in Lower Estate, St George complained about a nearby dump owned and operated by sanitation entrepreneur Anderson Fat Child Cherry, they have reported only minimal relief. Resident Roger Craig said that although the quarry has been closed, an environmental problem leading to doctors’ visits persists. “It has not been completely rectified. Over the months ...

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Little relief

More than a year after residents in Lower Estate, St George complained about a nearby dump owned and operated by sanitation entrepreneur Anderson Fat Child Cherry, they have reported only minimal relief. Resident Roger Craig said that although the quarry has been closed, an environmental problem leading to doctors’ visits persists. “It has not been completely rectified. Over the months ...

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Little relief

More than a year after residents in Lower Estate, St George complained about a nearby dump owned and operated by sanitation entrepreneur Anderson Fat Child Cherry, they have reported only minimal relief. Resident Roger Craig said that although the quarry has been closed, an environmental problem leading to doctors’ visits persists. “It has not been completely rectified. Over the months ...

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Little relief

More than a year after residents in Lower Estate, St George complained about a nearby dump owned and operated by sanitation entrepreneur Anderson Fat Child Cherry, they have reported only minimal relief. Resident Roger Craig said that although the quarry has been closed, an environmental problem leading to doctors’ visits persists. “It has not been completely rectified. Over the months ...

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