Destruction of Grenadian headland and dredging PLUS sewage tanks next to residence – PORT LOUIS: ANOTHER VIEW

{Ed’s NoteThere was a photo submitted with the former article which claims to have a sewerage tank near a dwelling, the object looks very much like a rainwater reservoir to us, we therefore use the visual with the proverbial salt-pinch, in addition – views expressed in this item do not necessarily reflect or uphold the tenets of Bajan Reporter}

{UPDATED: 1st MARCH 2012} THERE USED TO BE A LONGER STORY HERE, UNTIL A U.K. CALL FROM "Bru Pearce" REACHED MY CELL!

IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHY Bru Pearce ASKED ME TO REMOVE THE STORY, THEN YOU HAVE TO CLICK here!

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  1. Hi Ian,
    As it happens Sandra was quite correct. In the early days of the project when there where two temporary sewage tanks in place while C&N and Port Louis Land Ltd where designing and installing the new sewage main which services the site.
    None of my doing I hasten to add.
    The change in the profile of the headland was work undertaken by Port Louis removing an unstable tiff promontory and making the site safe.

    But as I said an old story all long cured and passed.

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