City councillors give ultimatum to assistant engineer over late report

Amidst calls for the City Engineer’s Department to be more firm with its employees, Assistant City Engineer Rasheed Kellman was yesterday given two weeks to submit an overdue report, failing which, disciplinary action will be taken against by the Georgetown City Council.

This is according to a motion that was passed by the city councillors at a statutory meeting yesterday.

Kellman was one of four engineers who were suspended in June for neglect of duty.

All but one of the five members of the City Engineer’s Department who appeared before the Mayor and City Council’s Human Resource Committee were suspended without pay in June. The decision was taken even as several councillors declared that if replacements were available they would have fired them…..