(ZIZ)– The residents of constituency number three will soon benefit from a number of projects expected to be rolled out in the near future.
Labour party candidate for the area, Konris Maynard recently led the push for both a monument honouring the lives of those lost in the Buckley’s Uprising and a bust in recognition of national hero, Sir Joseph N. France.
In an interview with ZIZ News, Maynard outlined some of the other areas they are working on.
“Down in the Palmetto Point area we have now renovated; or in the process of completing the renovation of the community centre there because it wasn’t in the best condition; we are pushing through on the Boyd’s-West Farm play field. We are doing our work behind the scene to make that a reality as soon as possible,” he said.
He says a big part of his work will also be to beautify the entire constituency.
“We’ve done some cleanups in Camps, getting rid of the old cars and we want to do that in other communities. Right now actually we are cleaning up a whole alley way in the Russell Village area just below the St Johnston Methodist Church that has been crowded with garbage for a long time. This is just the start of what is to come,” he said.
Maynard says there are also plans to undertake some cleanup activities in the Buckley’s area as well.