Hammie's inconceivable proposal!

Hammie's inconceivable proposal!

Posted in the Georgetown, Guyana Forum

Greencrush

Saint George, Barbados

#1 Nov 19, 2009

Hammie is proposing that street lights be disconnected in an effort to remedy the current financial crisis the city finds itself in.

It is however, surprising that such a stupid and child-like suggestion would come from a former Prime Minister, Government Minister and current Mayor.

How would the disconnection of street lights make amends for 14 years of gross mismanagement of the city and its resources?

Hammie is also calling for the city's revenue base to be increased. If you are incapable of managing the little that you have why should you be given more?
Hammie needs also to ensure that the PNC pays it dues to the city.
Greencrush

Saint George, Barbados

#2 Nov 24, 2009
Another brilliant idea by the idiot Hammie, switching off the street lights from the public , this is exactly how he carries out his duties, without the interest and safety of the people. Is this why he was placed as mayor? Until now the PNC aren’t making any effort what so ever to pay there taxes and is all because Hammies negligence again. This situation needs to be rectified immediately because it is becoming overbearing for the general public.

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