DOWASCO’s neglect of Stowe residents

letter to the editorDear Editor,

Grateful if you could assist in putting the information out there as it relates to the water situation in the Stowe area four months after Tropical Storm Erika.

We the residents of Stowe and some areas of Bagatelle, like Senea are suffering. We have been without water and the only rivers close by from which we got water are now dry.

DOWASCO seems unconcerned about the Stowe people and so my last option was to turn to your institution to see if a news item could be displayed which I think would alert the authorities and maybe get them to give us some attention.

We are suffering and Christmas is around the corner.

We are handicapped and can do nothing.

Please help!!!!!!

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3 Comments

  1. REASONING
    December 14, 2015

    :?: I’m having a laugh!!!Dr.Darroux will that situation with the help of Skerrit!!!Backs has to be against the wall to feel!!!

  2. Shameless
    December 14, 2015

    Laybar Ka Twavaiye!!! The PM gave you all his direct number before elections, just maybe you should try calling him and complain accordingly.

    Assertive, Never Ever Aggressive! :twisted:

  3. Me
    December 14, 2015

    The Presidential Palace has plenty of water, they built a new reservoir at Morne Bruce to ensure it never runs dry and their lavatories can flush at all times. Maybe if you call the man of the people, His Excellency Charles Savarin, he may relent and let you have a bath…..mind you, after he throws that bash for the Baroness tonight. Good luck!

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