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Government Committed to Improving Potable Water Connectivity - Sen. The Hon. Matthew Samuda .

The Government of Jamaica is committed to ensuring that all Jamaicans benefit from connectivity to potable water. That declaration has come from Senator The Honourable Matthew Samuda, the Minister Without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation. He was addressing the Official Commissioning Ceremony for the Luana Well Station to Middle Quarters Square Mains Replacement Project in St Elizabeth on July 7, 2022.

Some 1, 200 residents in several communities including New Holland, Baptist, Clinic Road, Luana, Point and Middle Quarters will benefit from the Project. Applications are also now being processed for water connections to the newly commissioned pipeline in the areas of Rockland, Lancewood and Diligent.

The Minister noted that since “water is the driving force for human dignity” as well as “the driving force for all development and economic activity” the Government led by Prime Minister The Most Honourable Andrew Holness is ensuring that Jamaicans at all levels benefit from connectivity. “The Prime Minister said all must be done to connect the pipes” declared the Minister... Read More

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