New Highway Irks Caymanas Country Club Residents

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The Caymanas Country Club Citizens Association in St. Catherine says it’s actively seeking a meeting with Transport Minister, Mike Henry and various stakeholder agencies, regarding what it says are major issues concerning how the North South link of Highway 2000 has been constructed.

Sherman Campbell is a Spokesman for the Association.

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Mr. Campbell says the absence of a walkway is also an issue.

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Sherman Campbell, Spokesman for the Caymanas Country Club Citizens Association speaking this morning with Nationwide News.

He says he will attend today’s official opening of the highway and seek to have dialogue with the authorities.

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