SICK BUILDINGS ARE ALLOWED TO RUN AMOK WHEN GOVERNMENT SHOULD MAKE MONEY INSTEAD
The potential candidate for the City of Bridgetown has expressed shock and concern at the ‘sick building syndrome‘ regarding the Supreme Court and notes private sector facilities do not appear to have the same fate.
Ms Harewood remains steadfast in her commitment to seek office as the representative for Bridgetown, whenever elections are finally called and she was disturbed over how places like the Empire Cinema next to Coles Building on Probyn St, the original Library by Pinfold St and the old NIS Building on Fairchild Street remain abandoned in the midst of rampant unemployment;-
Ms Harewood says Holetown seems to have endless people supplying ideas to renovate St James yet the City is forgotten like a discarded toy, and this is disappointing when the NIS Building on Fairchild Street opposite the Bus Terminal can be engaged to generate jobs and support entrepreneurs;-
Natalie Harewood recently declared she has forsaken the ways of prostitution and decided to place her hat in the ring for the seat of Bridgetown as an independent candidate.
Colonel Jeffrey Bostic from the main opposition Barbados Labour Party is the incumbent while Fallon Best from Solutions Barbados, plus Henderson Williams from the ruling Democratic Labour Party and Lynette Eastmond from the fledgling movement United Progressive Party (still smarting from recent defections and a fellow candidate making obscene comments via social media) are all vying to try and wrest the same seat.