Mayor prepared to beg for return of Puran, Cevons

-says city in crisis

Mayor Patricia Chase-Green is prepared to beg and bargain for the return of the services of Puran Brothers Disposal Inc and Cevons Waste Management.

Speaking at Special Statutory meeting yesterday, Chase-Green declared that the city was in crisis. She refused to listen to assurances from Solid Waste Director Walter Narine or be cautioned by Town Clerk Royston King, and told council that she preferred to believe what her eyes tell her.

“My eyes tell me the garbage is killing us. The place nasty. I’m not listening to Mr. Narine he directing me wrong. He telling me one thing and I seeing something else. It ain’t under control,” the Mayor declared…..

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