Linden entities displaced by fire facing challenges
By Cathy Richards
Almost two months after the end of a 35-day protest, which had resulted in the total shutdown of Linden and the burning of several buildings, several entities are struggling to get back on their feet, while others wend their way back to normalcy, but not without challenges.
Between July 18 and August 12, several buildings were burnt putting a halt to business operations. Des-troyed were the Linmine Office complex which housed at least ten offices, including the Guyana Revenue Autho-rity (GRA) Linden branch, Linden Care Foundation (LCF), LCF’s Soup Kitchen, the Linden Electricity Company Inc (LECI), and the Linden Branch of the Uni-versity of Guyana’s Institute of Distance and Continuing Education (IDCE); …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.