The Kingston and St. Andrew Corporation (KSAC) has always believed the management of the Municipality must involve the input of all our stakeholders. As such, the KSAC has held numerous town hall meetings aimed at strengthening the relationship among residents, community and business interests and the Council.
You are invited to attend our next town hall meeting which will be held on July 7, 2016 at the Pembroke Hall High School’s Auditorium at 5:30 p.m.
Handing Over of Wheelchairs – St. Catherine Infirmary
‘Splendid days’ are what the St. Catherine Infirmary has been seeing for the past two years to present, as extensive rehabilitative, upgrading and beautification works continues in and around the historic building at 14 Monk Street, Spanish Town.
Members of staff, residents and visitors alike, are delighted at the work being done, that has given the building and the property a well deserved facelift; thanks to the efforts of the St. Catherine Parish Council.
Approximately twenty-eight (28) employees at the Manchester Parish Council participated in an in-house Emergency Operation Centre (EOC) training conducted by Mrs. Camille Beckford-Palmer, Regional Coordinator in the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (ODPEM), Disaster Management Unit on Monday, June 13, 2016.
Kingston has been selected as one of 20 finalists in the 2016 Mayor’s Challenge by Bloomberg Philanthropies. 290 cities from Latin America and the Caribbean entered this year’s competition! Congratulations to Mayor Angela Brown Burke and our many partners including JAMPRO and SDC!
June 1, marks the start of the hurricane season and it runs through to the month of November. It is very important that preparations be made in the event we do experience a hurricane. Hurricane preparations are any activity that is geared towards reducing the impacts or getting people at a state of readiness in the event a hurricane do impact an area. Preparations can be Structural or non structural. The more prepared you are the better you are to deal with disaster. Preparation helps to reduce the recovery time as well.
At the start of the season
Source:: HURRICANE TIPS
The Portmore Municipal Council is to spend $10 million to improve road conditions across the municipality.
Acting Mayor of Portmore Leon Thomas says it’s a continuation of infrastructure works started a year ago in which several roads were upgraded, including the realignment of a section of the Grange Lane main road. Read Full article from the Gleaner Website