Montoute promises proper roads before end of year
Parliamentary Representative for Gros Islet, Lenard Montoute, says he remains committed to ensuring that the Gros Islet constituency has proper roads before the next general election is called.
According to the MP, over 536 roads are registered in the Gros Islet constituency, the majority of which are in residential areas.
“Many of these roads are in a deplorable condition, and Mr Speaker, I gave my word as parliamentary representative I would do all that I can to make a serious dent as far as the improvement of roads in the Gros Islet constituency is concerned,” Montoute declared during his 2020/2021 Budget Presentation.
Montoute touted the completion of some of these roads such as the Hilltop Road in Cas en Bas, the Degazon road, two roads in Assou Canal, a section of the Norbert roads, a few in Cap Estate, Whit Rock in Grande Riviere, Bois D’ Orange, East Winds and Vieux Sucre road.
“Under construction as we speak, the La Retraite Road and bridge are under construction,” Montoute said.
He continued: “In the Piat Housing Development work has begun, the Marisule, Grande Riviere, Union Road has begun and Cardinal Road in Monchy has begun.”
The MP went on to name a list of roads, which he intends to complete before the 2020 calendar year is over.
“I expect to have Flamboyant Crescent, Flamboyant Way, Flamboyant Drive in Cap Estate done. I expect to have the road beginning in the Junction to the La Bourne junction done.”
Other roads include La Bourne to Dauphin road, Calabash Cove in Marisule, Corinth Estate, Old Military Road in Bonne Terre, Cabon Estate Road in Bois D’ Orange to name a few.