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SERVICE COMMISSIONS DEPARTMENT
CIPRIANI PLAZA, 52-58 WOODFORD STREET, PORT OF SPAIN
PHONE: 623-2991-6 / FAX: 623-5972 / WEBSITE: www.scd.org.tt
Pursuant to Regulation 49 of the Public Service
Commission Regulations Chapter 1:01 of the Laws
of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, the Public
Service Commission proposes to declare Mr. Don
James, Temporary Animal Attendant (Range 9),
Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries to
have resigned his office in the Public Service with
effect from 3rd July, 2014.
The Commission is inviting Mr. James to submit to
the Service Commissions Department within
fou rteen (14) days of the publication of this notice,
any representations he wishes to make in the
Director of Personnel Administration
PROPERTIES FOR SALE BY MORTGAGEE
NO 21 PALM DRIVE, ST. CHARLES VILLAGE, PRINCES TOWN. 2 STOREY
RESIDENTIAL HOUSE ON 5000 SQ. FT LAND. 5 B/ROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS.
CROWN TRACE, SHERWOOD PARK, CARNBEE, TOBAGO- TWO, 2 STOREYED
VILLAS ON 917.7 SQ METRES FREEHOLD LAND. EACH BLDG COMPRISING
2,240 SQ FT. ENTIRE PROPERTY FENCED.
LEASEHOLD PROPERTY AT NO. 3A SUNSET RIDGE, ARIELLE GARDENS, OFF
SCHOOL ST, CARENAGE- TWO STOREY TOWNHOUSE UNIT COMP 1,675 SQ FT 29638
40-41 BROADWAY & WOODFORD ST, ARIMA- TWO STOREY COMMERCIAL
BUILDING ON 6091 SQ FT FREEHOLD LAND
20- 21 BROADWAY & QUEEN ST, ARIMA- TWO STOREY COMMERCIAL
BUILDING ON 11,775 SQ FT FREEHOLD LAND
WILSON RD, SCARBOROUGH, TOBAGO- THREE STOREY ' MALL TYPE'
COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON 695.8 SQ METRES FREEHOLD LAND
( OPPOSITE SCARBOROUGH MARKET)
20 RUSHWORTH ST, SAN FERNANDO- TWO STOREY COMMERCIAL BUILDING
ON 5,000 SQ FT FREEHOLD LAND
LOT 23, CRICHLOW ST, LES EFFORTS EAST, SAN FERNANDO --
MULTI STOREY COMMERCIAL BUILDING ON 5,000 SQ FT FREEHOLD LAND
NO. 4 GREAVES AVE, KING ST, PRINCES TOWN- TWO STOREY
RESIDENTIAL BUILDING WITH 7 B/R 4 BATHROOM ON 5029 SQ FT
LOT #40 SHEFFIELD DRIVE, PARKVIEW DEVELOPMENT, ORCHARD
GARDENS, CHAGUANAS -- TWO STOREY RESIDENTIAL HOUSE ON
5,076 SQ FT FREEHOLD LAND
4,306.1 SQ M FREEHOLD LAND, REALIZE ROAD, OFF ST. CROIX ROAD,
Kindly forward sealed offers in writing to:
THE CREDIT MANAGER
P.O BOX 1153, PORT OF SPAIN
"RE: OFFERS FOR SALE"
For further information kindly call 671-4747 followed by the above extension.
The Mortgagee does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
Unsuitable offers would not be acknowledged.
WASA tank vandalised for scrap metal
Buenos Ayres residents are calling
on the Water and Sewage Authority
(WASA) to remove the remains of a
giant water tank which has been
vandalised for years by unscrupu-
lous scrap iron dealers.
Nestled atop a picturesque hilltop
just off the Main Road in Erin, the tank
is mostly hidden from passers-by and
had been mostly forgotten by resi-
dents when pipeborne water was in-
troduced to the community several
It was not until the scrap iron trade
began to flourish some years ago in the
quiet community, that residents first
began to notice that pieces of the tank
Now, most of the bottom of the tank
has been cut away by blow torches, leav-
ing it supported on four small pieces of
The area around the tank has also
become a dumping site, with fridges,
freezers and television sets marring the
natural beauty around it.
Resident Roshan Sahadeo told the
T&T Guardian the tank had been the tar-
get of the thieves for a number of years.
"They keep cutting away pieces of the
tank. Ever so often villagers would go up
on the hill and notice a little more of it
gone," Sahadeo said.
"About two years ago there were blow-
torches and gas bottles discovered hid-
den in the bushes around the tank, but
I don't think anyone was ever arrested
He said although there had been a
consensus in the area that people should
stay away from the site, he hoped WASA
would intervene and remove it altogeth-
er to thwart the thieves and ensure the
safety of nearby residents.
"Everyone in the village knows it is
not to go up there, you never know who
you could meet doing what up there. It
used to be a quarry and there was a gate
blocking off the entrance, but someone
broke it down
"Sometimes, though, children go up
there to explore or play and you never
know what could happen if that tank
decide to collapse one day."
He said villagers had noticed strange
vehicles driving up to the tank on many
occasions and he believed those were the
persons responsible for vandalising the
tank, as well as dumping waste.
"It has to be that they go up there to
dump things, those are not vehicles from
the area. We want WASA to come and
take down the rest of the tank and secure
the area so people can't be doing all of
these things in our village."
The T&T Guardian reached out to
WASA Communications Manager Daniel
Plenty who promised to investigate the
Guardian reporter Sharlene Rampersad looks at a water tank at Buenos Ayres, Erin which has been
vandalized by unscrupulous scrap iron vendors. The tank now stands on four narrow pieces of it's siding and
residents are calling on WASA to remove the structure before it collapses on them. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
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