Still no rest for the dead in city cemetery

With recent burials obstructed by the flooding of the La Repentir Cemetery, Public Works Minister Robeson Benn says efforts are underway to fix the problem even as Georgetown Mayor Hamilton Green maintains that the “sorry state of affairs” is because of central government’s obstruction.

Recently, burials, including that of former deputy manager of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Terry Holder and designer Trevor Rose, were postponed because of the state of the burial ground.

In an invited comment, Benn told Stabroek News that the ministry is currently looking to work with the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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