FAREWELL MARVALEE – REST IN PEACE
“The St. Catherine Parish Council Poor Relief Department will never be the same again without Ms. Martin. Her smile lit up the department” said one staff member. Several others shared beautiful sentiments.
Marvalee Martin who joined the Council on August 19, 2013 died suddenly at her home on Wednesday, August 31, 2016.
Source:: FAREWELL MARVALEE – REST IN PEACE
Presentations at General Council Meeting on September 8, 2016
INSPECTORS OF POOR IN TRAINING
The Board of Supervision, in the Ministry of Local Government has, since August 2016, released three (3) individuals from the Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) and the Ministry of Local Government, for training in the area of Inspectors of Poor in the St. Catherine Parish Council’s Poor Relief Department and Infirmary, respectively.
The eight weeks training which commenced on August 08 concludes on September 28.
The KSAC recently partnered with ODPEM to hold a Shelter Managers’ Conference which was aimed at providing information about the role of shelter managers and providing recommended solutions to improve the Municipality’s Shelter Programme.
Shelter Managers in Kingston and St. Andrew were presented with Shelter Kits which include waterboots, raincoats, safety vests and stationery which will assist in them carrying out their functions more efficiently.
Invitation to Tender
The St. Catherine Parish Council invites contractors to submit tender to undertake road rehabilitation to Executive Gardens Road in Homestead division, St Catherine
The works will include but not necessarily be restricted to the following work description:
1 excavation and earth works
2 Double surface dressing
Eligibility of Tender
All bidders with valid General Road Works contractor grades 1-4, except for foreign bidders must provide:
The Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) is concerned about the flare up of violence in sections of West Kingston which has recently claimed the life of Demario White, a two year old boy who was the victim of a drive by shooting which also resulted in his father being badly injured.
Jamaica’s children are our country’s most precious resource and the nation will surely have a blighted future if some in the society continue to treat them as mere collateral in their pursuit of criminal objectives.