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Let's rid Stony Hill Square of traffic congestion

Friday, October 12, 2012    

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Dear Editor,

This is an open letter to CEO of the National Works Agency Everton Hunter.

We have written repeatedly on the traffic congestion at Stony Hill Square, requesting itemised costs for the project as outlined in the blueprint done by the Planning Department of the National Works Agency under the leadership of Stephen Shaw.

We wish to thank you, Mr Hunter, for identifying with the worthy cause regarding our joint citizens' undertaking to implement this project in order to alleviate the burdensome congestion in the town square of Stony Hill, West Rural St Andrew.

Kindly expedite the matter so that together we may move to the next stage.

Derrick D Simon

President, Golden Spring Citizens Association

St Andrew

derrickdsimon@yahoo.com

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