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Monday, December 09, 2013
Trinidad & Tobago Guardian Online
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Not all bad eggs
In March, 2012, I went to the Licensing Department, Wrightson Road, to have my vehicle’s certified copy updated, since I had changed my home address as well as my vehicle engine. I was instructed to pay the fee and return in two hours for the updated copy, which I did. On my return I was told the document wasn’t ready, therefore I opted to return at a later date. To cut a long story short, I made five unsuccessful visits to the Licensing Office over a period of 15 months with the same result.
About three weeks ago I decided I will make one more attempt to get this document. I went to the information desk and a very kind lady in a hijab attended to me. After relating my plight to her, she took my information and told me to leave a contact number and she will notify me when the document was ready. The next day I received a call to collect the completed document.
To say I was shocked is an understatement. I will like to take this opportunity to say thank you to this good samaritan and also to highlight that there are indeed many hard working and professional people within the government service. It is just a pity that more of them do not serve the public on a daily basis.
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