Dear Editor, On Friday evening coming through Cemetery Road I observed a traffic jam on both sides of the road. Eventually the vehicles began to move slowly and as I reached almost to the end of the road, I encountered what could be an entry for the Guinness Book of Records. It was a repast complete with mourners‘ food and music – a happy atmosphere but regrettably a hindrance to traffic.
On exiting Cemetery Road I wondered how much Guyana has changed and maybe it was the wish of the deceased. Yours faithfully, (Name and address provided)
Dear Editor, From the onset, permit us to state that it is not the policy of the Public Utilities Commission to respond to articles or letters published in the media, as some concerns and/or issues are directly within the purview of the utility in question.
Dear Editor, I am writing to ask for your intervention in a matter of great urgency in the town of New Amsterdam and it concerns the application of laws, rules, and regulations (or lack thereof) in the matter of noise abatement at the comer of Trinity and Main Streets.
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