Saturday, July 24, 2021
HomeLOCAL NEWS6000 ROAD WORKERS WILL BE PAID $3 MILLION STARTING TOMORROW

6000 ROAD WORKERS WILL BE PAID $3 MILLION STARTING TOMORROW

The Roads, Buildings and General Services Authority (BRAGSA) is scheduled to
pay-out 3 million EC dollars to road workers over the next two weeks.

- Advertisement -

Payment for the six thousand persons who participated in the 7-day long road
cleaning programme will commence tomorrow at 10am.

BRAGSA is advising persons that COVID-19 protocols will be enforced, which
includes hand-sanitizing, social distancing and the wearing of masks.

Communications Officer, Rohan Cupid says payments will be made in the
Northern Grenadines and on the windward side of the island this week.

He says gangs will be paid on Wednesday and Thursday, while the Jobbers will be
paid on Friday.

Mr. Cupid says the payment format was changed in an effort to limit the amount of
persons at the locations at any given time.

The Communications Officer is therefore urging persons to adhere to the COVID-
19 protocols during this critical time.

Payments for workers in Kingstown, the Southern Grenadines and the Leeward
side of the island will be made on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of next week.
Further details will be given in a subsequent announcement.

Gang leaders are therefore being asked to contact the District Officers for further
information.

Payments will be made at the following locations:

  • South Windward – Biabou Office
  • South Central Windward – San Sauci LRC
  • North Central Windward – Georgetown Police Station & Colonaire LRC
  • West St. George – Public Works Yard, Arnos Vale
  • East St. George – Calliaqua LRC
  • Marriaqua – Mespo Police Station
- Advertisement -spot_img
- Advertisement -

Most Popular

- Advertisement -
Advertisement

Get new posts by email

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -

Related News

You cannot copy content of this page