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Impasse Over Ward Avenue Flooding In Manchester Resolved | RJR News - Jamaican News Online
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Impasse over Ward Avenue flooding in Manchester resolved

Donovan Mitchell, Chairman of the Manchester Municipal Corporation
By Kimone Witter 
   
The impasse between the Manchester Municipal Corporation and a businessman over access to a blocked drain that caused flooding on Ward Avenue during heavy rains, has been resolved.
 
The corporation had indicated that it would seek an injunction to gain access to the section of the drain, which runs through the businessman's property, after a failed attempt on June 16.
 
Addressing a People's National Party Divisional meeting on the weekend, Chairman of the Manchester Municipal Corporation, Donovan Mitchell, said after a meeting with the businessman, access was granted on Friday, and workmen were able to clear the drain, which was blocked with cement. 
 
Meanwhile, in response to criticism of the anti-vending clampdown along Manchester Road, Mr. Mitchell said the authorities will not relent. 
 
He advised the gathering that there are 22 spaces in the market, as he urged illegal vendors to "come off the street". 
 


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