$262.7m earmarked for improving water supply in Trelawny

15 Feb

jamaicaobserver.com 12 Feb, 2017

The Government will be spending $262.7 million to improve water supplied to several communities in Trelawny. The project is consequent on the findings of an engineering study conducted by Rural Water Supply (RWSL) on behalf of the National Water Commission (NWC). The facility could serve nine communities, including: German Town, Spring Garden, Rock Spring, St Vincent, and Burnt Hill, in addition to Albert Town, Freeman’s Hall, Stettin and Ulster Spring.

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