City failing to act on illegal use of parapets

-mayor accuses Town Clerk of stalling council discussion

Although the use of parapets by persons is illegal unless permission is granted by the city council, land grabbing continues along Georgetown’s roadways in the absence of enforcement by the city

Recently attorney Leon Rockliffe, in a letter published in Stabroek News, highlighted the situation and several parapets that need to be addressed, including “The Survival traffic imbroglio at Vlissengen and Duncan Streets; Campbell Avenue, east of Middleton Street;  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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