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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, October 26, 2015
The Port-of-Spain Corporation advises that property situated
at # 2 Belmont Terrace, Belmont (assessed as 44 Belmont
Circular Road, Belmont) has been deemed a dilapidated struc-
ture and to be in a ruinous state by the City Engineer in accor-
dance with Section 176 of the Municipal Corporations Act
In addition the structure is unsafe and poses an immediate
threat to public safety.
The Corporation is therefore seeking to determine the where-
abouts of Ms. Kennetia Lampow, registered owner of the
property situate at 2 Belmont Terrace (assessed as 44
Belmont Circular Road, Belmont) or her next of kin or Agent.
Failure of any of the aforementioned persons to contact the
City Engineer's Department, Port-of-Spain Corporation, 2 - 4
Knox Street, Port-of-Spain within seven (7) days of posting of
this Notice, will result in the Corporation taking the necessary
action for demolition of the said property.
Chief Executive Officer
Tel: 299-0870 ext. 2277
MILAN---Juventus recorded only its
third league win of the season by beat-
ing 10-man Atalanta 2-0 yesterday.
Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic
had given Juventus a comfortable lead
before Atalanta defender Rafael Toloi
was sent off for a second booking, leav-
ing the visitors with 10 men for the
final 16 minutes.
Atalanta goalkeeper Marco Sportiello
saved a penalty by Paul Pogba shortly
AC Milan remained a point ahead of
Juventus after beating 10-man Sassuolo
2-1, as Gianluigi Donnarumma became
the youngest ever goalkeeper to start
a Serie A match---aged 16 years and
Udinese won 1-0 against Frosinone
and Sampdoria beat Hellas Verona 4-
1 in the lunchtime kickoff.
Serie A leader Fiorentina hosts third-
place Roma later, while Lazio hosts
Torino. Chievo Verona welcomes
fourth-place Napoli in the evening
Juventus was desperate for a win as
it was 15th in Serie A, surprisingly five
points below Atalanta.
Mandzukic had a couple of early
chances to give Juventus the lead but
had a weak shot blocked by Sportiello
before failing to control a Paul Pogba
Juventus did take the lead in the 28th
as a powerful Dybala effort from outside
the area flew under the bar, with
Sportiello wrongfooted. It was Dybala's
second goal in his past three league
matches for Juventus
Juventus was getting most of its play-
ers back from injury but suffered a fresh
blow when Roberto Pereyra pulled up
clutching his hamstring and was
replaced by Kwadwo Asamoah.
Dybala almost doubled his tally and
Juve's advantage on the stroke of half-
time but Sportiello instinctively stuck
out a foot to deny the Argentina for-
Juventus did not have to wait long
for a second as Dybala latched onto
Juventus' Mario Mandzukic, right, celebrates with his teammate Paulo Dybala
after scoring during their Serie A encounter against Atalanta at the Juventus
stadium, in Turin, Italy, yesterday. AP PHOTO
Pogba's backheeled flick and
crossed from the left side of the
area for Mandzukic to slot home
from close range for his first Serie
Pogba could have got on the
scoresheet himself in the 79th after
Dybala was brought down by
Gabriel Paletta but Sportiello saved
the France international's penal-
ty.Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic
was also under pressure and he
took a surprise risk, dropping Diego
Lopez for Donnarumma.
The hosts went in front on the
half hour when Carlos Bacca con-
fidently converted a penalty after
he was fouled by Andrea Consigli,
who was shown a straight red card.
Domenico Berardi had scored
seven goals against Milan and he
added to that tally in the 53rd
minute with a free kick into the
far side of the net.
However, Milan snatched all
three points when substitute Luiz
Adriano headed in a corner four
minutes from time.
Suarez scores hat-trick
as Barcelona keeps pace
MADRID---Luis Suarez scored a
hat trick as Barcelona came from
behind to defeat Eibar 3-1 yester-
day, joining Real Madrid atop the
Spanish league standings.
Eibar surprised early at the
Camp Nou with a goal by striker
Borja Baston in the tenth minute,
but Suarez helped the defending
champions rally with goals in the
21st, 48th and 85th minutes.
Barcelona played the final min-
utes with 10 men after defender
Javier Mascherano was sent off
with a straight red card.
Barcelona and Madrid have 21
points each after nine rounds, but
Madrid remained ahead on goal
difference after defeating third-
place Celta Vigo 3-1 on Saturday.
Celta fell three points behind the
Juventus beats Atalanta 2-0
ahead of table-topping clash
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