Paving of Rose Hill Streets: No More Potholes in Plaisance
13 August 2012 - Défi Media Group
Townspeople Cities Sisters rejoice. For a month the streets of Plaisance, Rose Hill, are reconditioned. The project is led by the Public Works Sotravic company. The work should be completed by October. Residents thank their elected officials have listened to their grievances.
No more potholes and dead ends seeded aggregates. Lately, everything has been reset to "nine" in the suburbs of Rose Hill, in Plaisance. Work began almost two months since. They should be completed by October. The streets of Piacenza who are affected by this renovation are the avenues Pigeot, Kala, Churchill, St. Mary Clarence, Independence, De Plevitz, among others.
In the words of one elected in the constituency, this work began in response to a parliamentary question raised in the National Assembly, two months ago. "You should know that a lot of pressure was put on the authorities concerned in order that work be engaged as soon as possible in the region," Deven Nagalingum advance, one of the elected constituency Stanley / Rose Hill.
"We, the elected officials of the place, we are working with officials of the Central Water Authority for the proper conduct of business. A new water distribution network will soon be installed to replace old pipes, which date back more than forty years and have had their day. Then the townspeople will benefit from a velvet floor ... "
Regarding the work undertaken in the road Hugnin, the elected states that the company responsible for the site should accelerate work to ease traffic congestion in a busy area of Rose Hill.
A resident of the street to attract the attention of authorities to a problem seen in this region. "We want to attract the attention of the dangers caused by the work of excavation for laying pipe. At Ste-Therese, there is a wall that is at risk of collapse in the coming weeks, given the many cracks that it has "worries Sivalingum.
Before emphasize that side of the wall, there is a vacant lot that serves 'den' for drug addicts and unsavory neighborhood. The resident would like the authorities concerned take the necessary steps to wither the land and the abandoned residence therein. History to prevent a similar crime that was committed to Captain Bruce Street, in the same town of Rose Hill.
"We see that consistent work are made in the place. For public safety, the authorities should take the opportunity to raze the wall and the trees that present problems for residents of the place, "says our interlocutor.
Asked about this, Deven Nagalingum responded that "this is the responsibility of the municipality of Beau-Bassin/Rose-Hill, which should act to avoid any source of public danger ..."