Mayor of Black River and chairman of the St Elizabeth Municipal Corporation Derrick Sangster is watched by minority leader Everton Fisher as he signs the condolence book for the late Donald Horne, former councillor for the Junction Division. The St Elizabeth Municipal Corporation had opened a condolence book at its offices in Black River for Donald Horne, who served for 25 years as parish councillor representing the People’s National Party (PNP) in the Junction Division during the 1970s, 1990s and early 2000s, he died on July 25 at age 98.
INVITATION TO TENDER
Procuring Entity: St. Elizabeth Municipal Corporation
Scope: The proposed works comprise mainly of general works associated
with the repairing of roadway using equipment and material for
double surface dressing and asphaltic concrete works.
NCC Category: Grade 1, 2, 3 in General Road Work or Maintenance Works
Qualifications: Registered on the National Contractors Commission (NCC) List of
Contractors. A valid Tax Compliance Certificate (TCC)
Representatives Tour St. Catherine Infirmary
The St. Catherine Infirmary on Thursday, August 10, was graced with the presence of the Honourable Minister of Local Government and Community Development, Desmond McKenzie and Mayor of Trinidad and Tobago, Glenn Ram for a tour of the Infirmary premises.
Jamaica Customs visits the Old Capital
The Jamaica Customs Agency (JCA) graced Spanish Town with its presence on Thursday, August 17 for the second in three community-based engagements, “Customs Meets the Community, under the theme, ‘Reaching Our Customers Where They Are’. The initiative was launched in January of this year in collaboration with the Social Development Commission (SDC). The session was held on the SDC premises, 1 Port Henderson Road, Spanish Town.
Counting the Homeless – St. Catherine
Homelessness in Jamaica has become a chronic problem and the numbers are growing according to reports.
Acting on the directives of the Board of Supervision, (a statutory body operating under the Ministry of Local Government and Community Development), Poor Relief Departments across the country embarked on a National Count of the Homeless population. In July 2017 St. Catherine’s count was successfully carried out.
September 26, 2017 from 7am to 11am at the Fun City Beach Port Henderson Road
Last year we collected 1,860 pounds of garbage from our cleanup site on International Coastal Cleanup Day with plastic bottles accounting for approximately 1,215 pounds!