Greater Mandeville water improvement project underwayMar 13th, 2023 | Category: GLEANER PREMIUM | 6:46
#JamaicaGleaner Residents in Manchester central could begin to see an improvement in their water supply in the coming months, following the completion of a water system project in the sections of the parish where the demand is highest. Minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, Matthew Samuda, who toured reservoirs in Gutters and Kingsland Manchester and the pump and well sites in St Elizabeth on Thursday, said the development of new wells and the improvement of the pumping station in Pepper St Elizabeth has already started at a cost of $680 million.
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