Rain Damage Assessed at More than $1 Billion – October 26 2020

Rain Damage Assessed at More than $1 Billion - October 26 2020 1

 

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13 Comments on "Rain Damage Assessed at More than $1 Billion – October 26 2020"

  1. Keekee Mcclear | October 27, 2020 at 12:53 PM | Reply

    Unu must fix the roads dem better than that.

  2. Poor infrastructure or poor(corrupt) building practices, which is it?

  3. All the money that thief up ! Bring it back to fix the road them

  4. Natural disaster!!

  5. It will take times to rebuild the roads. But build smarter

  6. Sherrille Foote | October 27, 2020 at 2:59 PM | Reply

    Those who claimed they ‘fixed’ the roads, let them pay for the repairs and stop throwing away tax payer’s money so carelessly. Tired of the lack of accountability for shoddy work done and poor infrastructure.

  7. if you guys actually design the road structure better you wouldn’t be spending so much . Build the roads with proper drainage system

  8. Are you or the Government talking about American or Jamaican Dollars ? . To Mr. McKenzie . Many many years ago . I had tried to get the attention of both parties to pay attention to Jamaica’s water problems. Droughts. Rains. Then flooding. And Drought after. I had mention that the island needs Water Engineers. People who could understand what water does. How to make sure there is no constant shortages of water. Especially after rains in the quantity that the island got. That was way before people started to Tanked water on roofs and some wooden platforms high up. . Here are a few names I got messages to. Parkinson . T . Spaulding. H. Shearer . P. Charles . I tried to get it to E. Seaga . Even when I did some furniture work at Vale Royal when he was Minister of Finance. But he had not time to talk. Unless I had gone to Chocomoo Lawn at his Neighborhood Meetings. One Billion American won’t do. And there have to be a 3 Pronged approach to the problems. Because it’s now several problems. All the Governments from 1962 has failed to think or see ahead. Even when the 2 Dams were filling up with Silts after heavy rains. The suggestion of Dredging them twice a year was said to be to expensive. Now constant delay . Or neglect is going to cost so much. And the work will take years to put things right. I hope.

  9. PATCH!!PATCH!! AND PATCH AGAIN
    THIS MAN MACKENZIE GO CLEAN IT UP!! WHY CANT THE DAMAGE BE FIXED! SO MORE MISERABLE. LEAVING FOR JAMAICAN’s
    WHO HAVE JUST VOTED!
    WHY CANT THEIR VOTE FIX
    THE ROADS!!

  10. Sounds like the majority of roads were not made properly

  11. Christopher Wright | October 27, 2020 at 10:16 PM | Reply

    War

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