On the mall between Cummings Street and Light Street, but closer to Light Street, there stands a big tree with its lower inner trunk burnt out down to the root. This hollow tree could topple at any time in high wind. A wire is attached from the tree to a power-pole located at the junction of Light Street and North Road. Not so far away from the tree there is a bench on which people sit as they relax on the mall. In the interest of public safety, I am appealing to the authorities concerned to have this hazardous tree removed urgently.
Dear Editor, I act on behalf of Clifton Bacchus, personally, and in his capacity as the majority shareholder of Sleepin International Hotel& Casino Inc of Lot 289 Church Street, Queenstown, Georgetown.
Dear Editor, The Amerindian Action Movement of Guyana (TAAMOG) is calling on the Guyana Police Force (GPF) and the Director of Public Prosecution to order a re-investigation into the death of two Amerindian children killed as a result of a speedboat accident, where the occupants failed to render assistance to the Basil Da Silva family on 26th August, 2016 on the Waini River, about two miles from Morawhanna.
Dear Editor, Having read Maxwell E Edwards’ response to Chevy Devonish addressing the issue whether the President has the authority to direct the Police Service Commission not to act on the list which forms the recommendation for promotions in the Police Force, there arise issues for further deliberation.
Dear Editor, Belle Vue Sports Club has been made to understand that another group of people is using the club’s name to solicit donations (monetary and other forms) both in person and on social media.
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