When I go to the Republic Bank in New Amsterdam I am able to park my car in the place provided by the bank for parking.
When I go to the supermarket at J’s on Strand, I am able to park my car in the place provided by J’s at the back of the supermarket.
When I go to NBS in New Street I am able to park in the space provided in the compound.
When I go to Hand-in-Hand in New Street I am able to park in the space provided in the compound at the back.
When I go to the New Amsterdam Post Office I have to park on the edge of the road even though there is big unutilised yard space in the compound.
When I go to the NIS in New Amsterdam, this is the worst of all, since I have to park in the mud when rain falls even though there is big yard space in the compound unutilised.
When I go to the New Amsterdam hospital I have to park on the roadside even though there is adequate yard space for a portion to be allocated for public parking; the doctors and other hospital workers do not park on the roadside.
When I go to the New Amsterdam market there is nowhere to park so I go across to the customer parking at J’s.
Editor, please note that all the private businesses provide parking and the non-private institutions do not care where you park.
One way we can modernize Guyana is by providing adequate parking.
I hope those guilty of not providing parking for the people who go there to do business will wake up and put systems in place for our convenience.