Maldon High gets sidewalk, School sign and Bus stop courtesy of JLP Councilor

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Councillor for the Maroon Town Division of the St. James Municipal Corporation, Everes Coke is moving to create a safer environment for students, teachers and citizens who use the Maldon High School.

To this end, Councillor Coke has instituted a sidewalk, bus shed and school sign building programme which is now 95% complete.

Mayor of Montego Bay His Worship Homer Davis

On Friday June 14, Councillor Coke took His Worship, the Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Homer Davis and Councillor for the Welcome Hall Division, Gregory Wint on a tour of the project.

The team also met with and spoke to students and vendors at the gate of the institution who expressed appreciation for the work adding that it will provide them with a safe passage to school while the bus shed will provide shelter from the elements as they await public transportation.

Staff Reporter

news@lbcnewsjm.com

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