Junior Achievement of T&T launched its nationwide JA Leadership Debate Series 2017 last week, which aims to empower young people to realise their full potential.
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Great job, WASA, Works ministry
I wish to thank the various heads of department at the eastern area from WASA, Community activist Mr Rock, and the agents from the Call Center for assisting me in getting a water leak repaired and the repaving of a major hole on Ojoe Road, Sangre Grande that has caused distress both to drivers and pedestrians alike.
I also take the opportunity to thank the various heads of department at the Ministry of Works Head Office and Sangre Grande office for assisting me in having a manhole on the Ojoe Road covered.
This eliminated the risk that pedestrians could have faced if swift action was not taken to circumvent any untoward accidents occurring.
The prompt response of these two agencies have eliminated any distress faced by these burgesses and for that I am eternally grateful.
I look forward to continuing the relationship with WASA, other state agencies, community groups and all stakeholders with a view of uplifting the lives of people.
Councillor, Sangre Grande