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PROPERTIES FOR SALE BY MORTGAGEE
Lot #3 Villas of Les Boix, Morne Coco Road, Maraval
314 Square Metres -- Land Only
No. 24 Church Street, Mayaro
4 Bedroom Split Level House on 5,900 Square Feet Freehold Land
Lot No. 13, Road Reserve, Off Mc Kellar Avenue, Canoe Bay, Tobago
18,084 Square Feet Freehold Land Only
Opposite EP #28 Road Reserve, Off Tumpuna Road, Cocorite Street, Arima
Two Storey Residential Building on 393 Square Metres Land
Off Alenore Gardens, Off Calvary Hill, Arima
1 Acre, 9 Perches Freehold Land
Winchester Trace, Patience Hill, Tobago
Comprising Approximately 3 Acres Land Only
Lot #10 Road Reserve, Off Carnbee No. 1 Road, Carnbee, Tobago
Comprising 464.5 Square Metres Freehold Land Only
Lot #19 Ojeer Ali Road, Off Southern Main Road, St Margaret's Village, Claxton Bay
Two Storey 3 Bedroom House, 2 Car Garage on 5,000 Square Feet Freehold Land
Lot No. 31 Road Reserve Hampden Lowlands, Tobago
8 Apartment Guesthouse (Bismarckia Apartments) on 530 Square Metres Freehold Land
Lot No. 2 Kissoon Trace, Off Grants Road, Rousillac
Incomplete Structure on Parcel of Land Comprising 579 Square Metres
118 Eastern Main Road, Arima
Residential / Commercial Property on 11,500 Square Feet Land
Lot #9 John Jules Trace, Delhi Road, Fyzabad
Incomplete Two Storey Residential Property on Approximately 5 Lots Freehold Land
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.
Five women have so
far identified a 29-year-
old St James man whom
police have described as
a serial rapist.
At least seven more are
still to view him in a
police lineup, police have
St James police said the
man was arrested last
Saturday and a call was
made through the media
for possible victims to
Along with a male co-
accused who is still on
the run, the man is said
to have preyed on unsus-
pecting women under the
guise of being a private
for hire "PH" taxi driver.
Police said the men
operated the Port-of-
Spain to St James route
in a white Honda Civic
or white Nissan Tiida.
The men would pick up
women along the route
and take them to lonely
areas then rob and rape
The suspect was
arrested at his St James
home last Saturday and
is expected to go to court
some time next week.
Teachers at the Princes Town East
Secondary School have not been
working since Monday because of a
mould outbreak which is making
them and their pupils fall ill.
Their refusal to work came after
nine teachers and scores of students
needed medical treatment last week
for a range of issues, including itchy
skin, rashes, breathing problems, upset
stomach and burning eyes.
T&T Unified Teachers Association s
(TTUTA) vice president Lynsley Doo-
dhai said the Education Facilities Com-
pany Ltd (EFCL) had sent a contractor
to the school over the weekend, but
TTUTA was not satisfied with the work
done. And on Monday, he said, TTUTA
advised teachers not to work for health
and safety reasons.
"Attempts were made to wipe off
the area where the suspected mould
outbreak is. That is not good enough,"
The teachers walked off the job and
most did not return for the rest of the
He said on Wednesday TTUTA
wrote to the Education Ministry asking
for swift action.
"We are calling on the ministry to
do two things. One, to conduct an air
quality assessment, and two, that tests
be done to see if there is presence of
mould and microbials at the school."
Doodhai recalled that the ministry
did those tests when there were similar
mould outbreaks at Malick Secondary
and Couva West Secondary. He said
teachers will not return to work until
it the school is safe for occupation.
"Their health will not be compro-
9 seek treatment
One of the teachers who fell ill said,
"Nine teachers had to seek medical
treatment. Two of them had asthma
attacks. You feeling like there are grains
in your eyes, they are burning. Your
throat feeling itchy like when you get-
ting the cold. My nose was itching a
Another teacher said the school was
still under construction and the air
conditioning system was not working
"The mould is located in ducts of
the central air condition system. We
are occupying two buildings in the
school and the entire area, the class-
rooms and labs, are being affected."
There are 54 teachers and 420 stu-
dents at the school. Three teachers
and 60 students turned out on Tues-
day and school was dismissed at 11
am. On Wednesday and Thursday
school was dismissed at 10.30 am,
after only one teacher reported to work
on each day. There were only nine stu-
dents in school on Thursday.
When contacted, the ministry s
media relations co-ordinator, Yolanda
Morales-Carvalho, said the EFCL was
addressing the situation.
"Testing has already been agreed
and approved. I believe it will be done
no later than next week, because it
has to be done by Caribbean Industrial
Research Institute (CARIRI)."
She said the educational district
office was also arranging to have some
of the students relocated to another
school until the situation is rectified.
Five women ID
St James police are appealing to members
of the public who may have been victims to
visit the St James station or call 622 0753.
They should ask to speak to Insp Henry Dann,
Sgt Beard, Cpl Charles or WPC Phillip.
Frustrated WASA workers engage in protest action outside the South Regional Office, St James Street,
San Fernando, on Thursday. The workers were conducting the demonstration in protest over unsettled
negotiations. PHOTO: TONY HOWELL
POLICE APPEAL TO OTHER VICTIMS
Mould infestation at Princes Town East
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