A dirty state of affairs
File photo of garbage collection.

Dear Editor,

Prime Minister Andrew Holness, you need to help clean up Jamaica.

We taxpayers are paying so much money and our garbage cannot be collected.

I am living in the Estuary Housing Scheme in St James, where the landfill is over the other side of the mountain.

No one seems to care about how much we are suffering, and based on the poor collection of garbage it makes us wonder if the Government is waiting for an outbreak of diseases before they act?

My garbage stays in my yard until it rots, then the flies come in droves...then the maggots.

This happens every single time the garbage is not collected for weeks.

And, this is not only happening in my community, but in any places right across Jamaica.

Every week we hear the truck has broken down, not enough trucks, or another kind of excuse.

Jamaica is heading downhill with everything' be it crime, bad roads, cost of living, corruption, scamming, you name it.

E Robinson

robinsoneva30@gmail.com

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