Squatters get warning

..There has been a significant increase in squatting on Government lands in a number of areas in Region Four, including the Soesdyke-Linden highway, and Port Kaituma in the Turn Basin and into the One Mile area and yesterday the Guyana Lands and Surveys issued a warning that stern action will be taken.
From left at the meeting are Hudson, Manager, Land Administrator (Ag), Guyana Lands and Surveys Commission, Commissioner Doorga Persaud, Legal Officer, Yolanda Lammot and Manager of Surveys, Rene Duesbury, during a press conference yesterday.

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