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Clarendon family in dilapidated house seeks help to better living conditions

Feb 19th, 2022 | Category: News & Features | 7:35
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#JamaicaGleaner FEBRUARY 19, 2022: Irene Morgan, a resident of Corn Hill in Smithville, Clarendon, who is now in her late 60s, says she has nothing much to look forward to except to “live and fret”. She lives in a dilapidated house with the flooring threatening to give way, wattle-and-daub walls seemingly on the brink of collapse, precarious roofing, and the windows battened down with zinc to protect against the elements – a recipe for disaster should the slightest force come against it. If you can assist Irene Morgan, call Frankfield Division Councillor Clive Mundle at 876-883-8846.

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