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PHOTO: Newly refurbished road in Mount Salem

Monday, January 27, 2014



Minister of state in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing, Richard Azan (sixth right), assisted by member of Parliament for Central St James, Lloyd B Smith (fifth right), prepares to cut the ribbon to officially open the newly refurbished Francis Isabella Road in Mount Salem, last Friday. At second right is deputy mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Michael Troupe of the Granville Division, and at right is Councillor Knollis King of the Rose Heights Division, both in the St James Parish Council. EG Hunter, managing director of the National Works Agency, is at second left in the back row.

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