Streets get much needed repairs
Thursday, January 22nd, 2015
The San Pedro Town Council (SPTC) have commenced working on rehabilitating the streets in the Airstrip, Eliot Subdivision and San Pedrito Area. On Monday, January 19th truckloads of hard core material were laid and pressed, improving the conditions of the highly trafficked streets. Residents in the area had been complaining about the street conditions for quite some time, as the rains in the past few months had eroded the streets causing flooding and large pot holes.
According to Councilor Kenrick Brackett, 200 loads of hard core were used to fix the streets in the areas, as well as to patch-up large pot holes in the other low lying areas. “We thank all the residents for their patience. We understand their frustration on the street conditions, especially with all the rain that we have been having in the past months. We are working hard to get the street in a better conditions for all the residents that need to commute daily. The repairs will alleviate many problems for drivers of the area and even school children that use those streets,” said Brackett.
An additional 200 loads of hard core have been secure to further repair streets in the DFC, San Pablo, San Mateo, San Juan and Boca del Rio Areas. “We are very mindful of the conditions of our streets especially in the low lying area. We are attempting to have them all properly fixed. We would also like to thank the media for allowing us the opportunity to share news with the community as this promotes accountability for the SPTC,” said Brackett.
The next phase of repairs are expected to start in about three weeks.
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