Lovell pleased with bridge work undertaken in City East, but says more work needs to be done on the waterways

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REAL NEWS: Harold Lovell, Political Leader of the United Progressive Party (UPP) and its Candidate for St. John’s City East, is expressing concern over the drainage programme now underway in the constituency and other areas.

The Department of the Environment is engaged in the upgrade of the drainage system that leads water from other communities and through City East.

So far, bridges are being constructed to prevent the usual flooding when there is heavy rainfall.

Lovell says he is pleased with the work being undertaken; however, the waterways, in his opinion, are still not being addressed adequately.

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  1. All those problems didn’t exist when the people of city east gave him a chance- 10years and he didn’t lift a finger- now works taking place -point out all the things the people of city east told to do and you didn’t do and watch them get done now the people gives somebody else that chance you got ALREADY.

  2. Lovells only hope right now may be to change constituencies to one where the constituents don’t already know better.

  3. Does anybody even care what he thinks? He is a voice from another time, long past. He’s aging out now. It’s time to hear from some of the younger voices in the UPP, especially those who are just waiting for the chance to take the old guys place.

    • Well said 👏 He is a washed up “has been” who his own party can’t wait to see the back of. Pringle and Richard Lewis are patiently awaiting Lovell’s final shelacking to banish him to political exile

  4. @ LESTA
    You are CORRECT. Move to the head the class. Lovell was there for 10 years and nothing was done. Shame on you LOVELL.

  5. King Lyadd Lovell Limpy Joe the people can see right through you. You are a lost cause, a hopeless case, a lame duck, a dead wood, a rotten chub fish, a cesspool and waste of time.

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