Kingston Mayor warns business operators about waste disposal
Mayor of Kingston, Senator Delroy Williams is advising business operators in downtown Kingston to desist their continued improper disposal of garbage.
Chairman of the St. Elizabeth Municipal Corporation Councillor Derrick Sangster, says St. Elizabeth is open for big investment in the parish, such as the investment by jiuquan iron and steel company (jisco).
Mr. Sangster who is also Mayor of Black River and Councillor for the Mountainside division said re-investment by the Chinese will bring back life into and Nain, and the rest of the parish.
The Mayor, who was speaking at the reopening of the 48-year-Old bauxite refinery, signaled that St. Elizabeth and Jamaica is open for business.
Source:: ST. Elizabeth open for business
Fishing for Exclusive Management and Development
In an attempt to bring occupants of the shops in the Old Harbour Bay Market Complex to a place where they can be regularized and execute comfortable business, the management of the St. Catherine Municipal Corporation hosted a formal meeting in Old Harbour Bay on Thursday, June 29, 2017.
Mount Industry Division Community Forum
Monday, June 26, 2017
The journey was lengthy, the curves and turns countless, the hills and crags towering but the lushness of the vegetation and freshness of the atmosphere added tranquility to the trip into Glengoffe for the St. Catherine Municipal Corporation’s hosted community forum; held in the Glengoffe High School auditorium on Monday, June 26.
Mayor of Kingston, Senator Delroy Williams has invited the public to furnish the Kingston and St. Andrew Municipal Corporation (KSAMC) with areas within the municipality that are facing commercial garbage issues.
This will form part of the #KleanKingston campaign that the Mayor is planning to launch and will include the placement of several bins across the city as well as a sanitation team that will be tasked with reducing garbage pile-up along streets and public spaces.