$35M earmarked for markets, except in city
Though over $35 million is being spent on the improvement of a number of markets throughout Guyana, Georgetown markets were noticeably missing when Local Government Minister Norman Whittaker gave an update on the ministry’s “financial situation.”
At a press briefing yesterday, Whittaker outlined areas where funds will soon be spent on the development of markets: Corriverton, Rose Hall, Rosignol, Diamond, and other areas. Improvements of infrastructure, he said, will include the construction of reservoirs, sanitary facilities and tarmacs.
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