What has Denis Lowe been up to? Not trying to save Graeme Hall, nor even looking at buying new trucks for Sanitation and the BLP’s Kerrie Symmonds (a former DEM) claims the Ch Ch East MP wants repairs done to vehicles only if it’s expensive and conducted by known associates to the Drainage Minister… (I have the audio taken at a Public Meeting in Redman’s Village, if requested)

This was when SSA opened a new Depot on Reed St after transferring from the old St Mary’s Primary locale, Sanitation’s Manager Stanton Alleyne (left) tours Minister Denis Lowe (the one who looks like Toad from Wind In The Willows) through the facility, they appear amiable but there are claims Lowe is doing all he can to not only frustrate Alleyne but to replace him, the last time such a move occurred with Jefferson Dyall it is our understanding the move lasted less than a month, as staff prefer Alleyne – if it’s not broken why fix it? The Mgr is fine yet 2 Gov’ts try to replace him unsuccessfully, while trucks are urgently needed like yesterday but they refuse to lift a penny? Go figure!

Has Denis Lowe been ensuring he’s genuinely qualified to be called Dr Lowe? Has Sanitation done Bulky Waste Pickups since April 2009? They are now, all of a sudden according to BGIS;-

The Christ Church East Central Constituency Council, in collaboration with the Sanitation Service Authority, the Environmental Health Department of the Ministry of Health and B’s Recycling, will be carrying out a clean–up campaign and removal of bulk waste and metal next Friday 26 October.

{CLICK FOR BIGGER} Take a look at the watermark, this is a truck when almost new about 5 years ago, SSA trucks work far above normal wear & tear handling Barbados’ refuse (1000+ tonnes per day), ask Denis Lowe when Sanitation will get a new fleet? Yet he expects the current threadbare vehicles to do the following… “The drive will target the communities of Vauxhall Main Road (Sheraton side of the road), Kingsland Gardens and Kingsland Terrace in Christ Church. Residents are asked to place their waste out for collection on Wednesday, October 24, and Thursday, October 25 for pick-up.

Appliances such as old stoves, fridges, and washing machines; glass, plastics, bottles, galvanise, wood and other items may be placed for disposal. Residents are also asked to separate their waste into plastic, paper, glass, metals and wood for easy pick up.

Further information on the clean-up campaign may be obtained by contacting Christ Church East Central Constituency Council Member, Decourcey Green, at 437-1136 or 250-0836. (AS/BGIS)

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