Dear Mr Nicholas:
For your information, the UPP City East Branch held it’s inaugural Kite flying fun day from 12 noon until 4pm on Easter Sunday, almost two months ago. It was one of two events held at the venue that day. CLICK HERE TO JOIN WHATS APP GROUP
As a responsible community based organisation, the UPP City East Branch packed our garbage at the end of the event, took it away and disposed of it. Please check your facts carefully when you want to throw shade.
As the Parliamentary representative for the area, you should recognise the need for garbage disposal bins throughout the community, especially near a playing field.
The garbage in question, we believe is from an event that followed ours. It is clear that the garbage was bagged and responsible efforts were made to ensure that it would be picked up by Solid Waste.
But where is Solid Waste? You may recall that during this period, a picket by the employees for outstanding wages was ongoing.
This issue is just an example of how the community suffers, when your government fails to pay workers their hard-earned wages.
So stop the hypocrisy. You have failed the Solid Waste workers and failed the community. Welcome back.
Elections are in the air. You have no clue about what has been taking place in the community. You are totally out of touch with what is happening.
Harold Lovell, Political Leader, UPP
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