Mayor of Black River Councillor Derrick Sangster (centre) and Member of Parliament for South West of St. Elizabeth, Floyd Green, were among of the many volunteers who came out at the Middle Quarters Basic school, to put work into Labour Day. Councillor for Brompton Division, Withney Smith, Miss. St. Elizabeth Festival Queen Dainalyn Swaby and members of the National Water Commission help in painting the school. The Labour Day activities started with the plainting of flowers at New Holland and ended in Middle Quarters with the plainting of trees by the Mayor and MP Floyd Green.
Good Bye for now Mr. Morris
After serving for over four decades in the government service, and in the capacity of Secretary/Manager of the St. Catherine Parish Council 1999 to 2007 and 2012 to 2017, Michael V. Morris went off on pre retirement leave on Friday, May 12, 2017. He was Chief Executive Officer at the time of his departure. (The post of Secretary/Manager was re-named when changes took effect under the Local Governance Act, 2016).
Source:: Good Bye for now Mr. Morris
ST. CATHERINE PARISH LABOUR DAY PROJECT 2017
Over (70) volunteers consisting of members of the St. Catherine Joint Civic Affairs Committee, St. Catherine Municipal Corporation staff members and Youth Groups journeyed from Emancipation Square, Spanish Town to support the parish Labour Day project at Lucky Hill Basic School in Glengoffe, St. Catherine.
When the team got to the location, only the structure of what was supposed to be the school was obvious. Most persons were in awe as to the level of work needed to be done but were eager to start.
COMPLIANCE OFFICERS RECEIVE NEW EQUIPMENT AT MUSTER PARADE
Muster Parade at the St. Catherine Municipal Corporation’s Compliance Unit was Friday May 12, 2017. Fourteen (14) Municipal Police Officers were on parade; some of whom were presented with new equipment/gears to aid in the execution of their duties. These included flash out baton, handcuff, carry all vest and rehydration kit.
Miss St. Catherine Festival Queen Coronation 2017
Miss Jamaica Energy Partners, Joselle Fisher was crowned Jamaica Cultural Development Corporation (JCDC) Festival Queen 2017. The coronation was held on the grounds of the Eltham Park High School, Spanish Town on Sunday, May 21, 2017.
The twenty one-year-old won ahead of Miss Shannon Johnson, who wore the sash of the Municipality of Portmore and was first runner-up. Twenty-two year old Nibbian Morgan, Miss EduCom Cooperative Credit Union was second runner-up.
Supply of Equipment and Software for the Application Management and Data Automation (AMANDA) Reference No.: FCG/SUP/009. Extended: May 29, 2017
Assignment Title: Supply of Equipment and Software for the Application Management and Data Automation (AMANDA) Reference No.: FCG/SUP/009
Supply of Equipment and Software for the Application Management and Data Automation (AMANDA) Reference No.: FCG/SUP/009 Expires: May 10, 2017. Extended: May 29, 2017