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‘We have suffered enough’ - Gov’t urged to press ahead with MoBay bypass

Jan 14th, 2021 | Category: Special Reports | 6:13
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#Gleaner #MontegoBay #MBCCI JAUARY 14, 2021: A decision by the Government to delay the commencement of works on the long-awaited Montego Bay bypass until 2022, is not going down well with business leaders, who are yearning for an end to the traffic gridlock which has plagued the second city for many years. Yesterday, Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI) President Janet Silvera charged that the citizens of the western city were being taken for granted.

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