Road from Grand Bay to Tete Morne alarming residents say

Residents from the Grand Bay area are complaining that the state of the road from Berricoa in that community to Tete Morne is alarming.

They claim they have been given promises by the government for years to have the road repaired but nothing has changed and it remains the same.

“We are tax payers and we are appealing to the  government to do something before all our vehicles go to pieces,” one resident told Dominica News Online via email.

Below are some photos sent to DNO showing the condition of the road.

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117 Comments

  1. Nyah
    January 7, 2013

    The road between Grand Bay and Tete Morne is indeed a disaster! Slowly but surely, piece by piece the road get fixed.
    Roads are communication, without road we are going nowhere or definitely not on time.
    Unfortunately some of the road “constructors’ do not have enough professionalism to understand the meaning of the need of a road!
    the distance that some of the “constructors” have to renew take definitely too much time. Especially now as the schools restarted!Between Tete Morne and Montine is a disaster, because the smart “constructor” didn’t use his brain,and start to remove the road,no Bus, no ambulance and important vehicles can’t pass the small piece of road. And when they finished pieces of road to throw all concrete bags in the nature…..I will give the advice to the Government and councils, watch who you give contracts……they fool you!

  2. trueee
    March 18, 2012

    is tru selko dem pple back breaking wen dey travelling on the buses……is she blind?…cant she see the state of the road…once she get the vote she dont worry she knw she has her nice big castle to go bac to…..wa de lady worry bout dem ppl even if their back break…TETEMORNE REALLY NEEDS ATTENTION..

  3. Jbfox
    March 15, 2012

    Am happy to see that Tete Morne is getting some form of attention this road has not change for about 50 years.During community day of service villagers would clean and patch pot holes,but to be honest with u it’s the worst road that I have driven on.Good payback for being a labour stronghold.

  4. honestp
    March 15, 2012

    The worst part of this saga is that the police even have the guts to come around saying they are inspecting vehicles. They even have more guts to charge drivers from Tetemorne for bald tires. Some people just have NO CONSIDERATION for their fellow human beings. Imagine paying driver’s licence, vehicle licence, car insurance for NOTHING.

  5. tehbeh
    March 15, 2012

    all i know is the state of dominica roads are better now than they were in 1998. there must be some bad ones but thinks of all the good ones..roseau -portsmouth, trafalgar, laudat among others.

  6. The man
    March 15, 2012

    Just fix the road, and relax

  7. BRAIN DAMAGE
    March 15, 2012

    Don’t worry Grand Barrians, the PM is negotiating with the Chinese to patch all the roads in that Community, two months before the next General Election.
    Don’t forget we have your votes already!

  8. XXXXXXX
    March 14, 2012

    I’m from Tete Morne and I live there and I’m telling you the worse set of political idiots on the face of the earth are from Tete Morne. All the labor party give them every 5 years are caps, waist bags and red T shirts and they satisfy for the next five years. Tete Morne is the place where the labor got 100% votes in the last election and I can put my neck on the line if an election were to be called tomorrow the Tete Morne people voting the Labor 100% (party except me)with the condition of the road in that state. The pal rep up there every week, up to this evening I passed her going down from Tete Morne. The PM passed on the road recently so he knows about it. Just that they know the majority of Tete Morne are dummies, majority are not complaining so what’s the big deal. The road just needs total resurfacing. ASAP!!!

    • Pais la
      March 15, 2012

      Actually, MONTINE people are Laborites and TeteMorne people are all Freedomites. Always have been this way. Somebody need to let out the air from Justina’s tires or puncture them with nails. Let us see how much she’d like to get stuck up there.

  9. Gallis
    March 14, 2012

    Boy i come up there and check a woman and thats the worst i ever see eh.. i checking for a labour strong hold..Shame Shame Shame

  10. Neural
    March 14, 2012

    Thank you for speaking out, because it seems that we Dominicans just have to accept the fact that when driving we have to shift from pothole to pothole. The government just does not see proper roads as important to the economic life of the country. Improve infrastructural is a positive indicator of the improvement in the quality of life in any country.

  11. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    it hurts to see so much money being spent making west coast and other roads pretty with walls and lights and reflectors and tetemorne we dont even have a road, all we have is holes. And is not to say is recently, this is years and years and years.say tete morne and everyone asks you if they fix the road yet. Embarassing.

  12. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    People this is no joke~ the photos dont even come close to showing how bad the road is.You would need video and audio for that!I have to grin i n pain when I use my car to see my family up there,sometimes I take a bus. Two small sections (the steepest parts) were repaired but the rest of the road was neglected, and now the whole road has become the drain. This is a rainy and cold village, similar to Laudat, so do the math. Its is treated like a dead end. Newsflash. Its a village. THe people are VERY unassuming and are paying for this,..bad roads, water problems.. they need to be more assertive. Parl Rep you can run but you cannot hide!

    • Pais la
      March 15, 2012

      Ok, now we know you have a car….moving on.

  13. Ai Dominique
    March 14, 2012

    Grand Bay people so bad, Grand Bay that have more guns, violence and murders… how come they so quiet when is time to talk?? If it was a deal that had gone bad for one ounce of the white powder see how much gun fire and murder that would pass in Grand Bay…
    They are blinded by a RED FILM that cannot be washed away.

  14. :-(
    March 14, 2012

    Well welcome to the next level… take what all u get… is that all u wanted.

  15. GOM
    March 14, 2012

    That’s what all you deserve. You call that the Next Level of Roads.They need to drive the Australian cricketers on this road.

  16. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    imagine the parl. rep. got 95% of the votes cast at the polls in Tete Morne last general election..plus she is a frequent visitor to the community…Labour (lol)

    • Malatete
      March 14, 2012

      No wonder the population of Tete Morne is going down. All the sane people are leaving!

      • TeteMorne I from...
        March 15, 2012

        :mrgreen: :lol:

  17. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    Palace before roads, Minister tink she had to fix her road to her garden before she fix her constituency road, she go pay for dat with her ride, doh worry!

  18. him
    March 14, 2012

    You all said labour can send abroomstick and labour will win..Who cares about all you road?

  19. Bus Driver
    March 14, 2012

    I got to be changing spring rubbers and shocks on my bus ever so often. I pay taxes for having my bus on the road so why cant i have proper roads to drive it on!

  20. Anthony P. Ismael
    March 14, 2012

    This should not be called a road. The villagers of Tete Morne and Grandbay deserve better. What if there’s an emergency? Can the ambulances even travel on this?

  21. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    Se la mem chors:
    Mamsel doe worry with nobody or Pierro not even herself. Grand Bay people used to say they don’t need anything from labour and they still voting labour.Out of 1000 voters from Tete Morne 999 voted labour UWP got only 1 so tell them take their blows.

  22. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    when u look at laley my god is this a place do ppl live there …. that place looks like rubbish!!!! and oh i kn the truth hurts!

  23. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    is not u all that are “POTO LABOURITES”… so enjoy you all next level!!!

  24. Ti Savanne
    March 14, 2012

    Look out next week for Dubique to Laplaine road story along with some pics. :lol:

  25. The Truth
    March 14, 2012

    First of all i want to say that it is a shame that a labour stronghold has to reach that far about their roads.We are all Dominicans and bringing down one community is a reflection of us all.
    Stop it tiny “guess it’s your brain that is tiny “

  26. Annon
    March 14, 2012

    @@Tiny. GrandBay wi tiny! what i hearing dere na, you don’t know GrandBay?? Ok, case closed! You need to get out at least a little, you are also alone in thinking 90% of D/a is shanty town, that’s a stupid thing to say if you ever been to D/a. There are no shanty towns in Dominica.

    Sorry visitor from outta space, you been overseas too long, drop by some time and someone muss bring you GrandBay, gotta go there you’ll see for yourself. Unfortunately crime can be high and sporadic at times yeh, but so is it on the rise in other parts including where you from and where you now live.

    A grand bay(a must see), lots of well build homes, hospital, highschool, comm. center, no shantys, beautiful wooden homes, you name it; With Lalay, the older part, as the main shopping area, noisy, never sleeps, hence the name South City given to it in the 70’s, medium income – except the big money; lol(I shall not mention culture here) champion of our independence: it’s Dominica’s 3rd town. You got to go there some time, it’ll blow you away how GrandBay is built – ‘without Gov’t support’ too. So get out a liittle, Dominica IS beautiful.

    • tiny
      March 14, 2012

      papa…..grand bay? :lol: grandbay not one long hill?

    • Jet Leeroy
      March 14, 2012

      @Annon, I could not have said it better, I have kids there, know just what you mean – fun town Sout City.

      • GB girl
        March 15, 2012

        South City my hometown for life.
        But them people should just fix d roads man.awa wii.

  27. March 14, 2012

    I hope the people of Grandbay will remember these events during elcetion time that are curently affecting the area. We seem to have selective memory when election comes around and politicians come around with a “one day meal” to give us from the trunk of their car.
    But as we are seeing today,these bad representation is not isolated only to Grandbay but most communities in Dominica.The thing is most politicians in Dominica do not fight for their positions, it just falls in their lap, so once elected there is no desire to do anything to elevate the “Peoples” standard of living.
    I love Dominica so much.

  28. Soft Wood
    March 14, 2012

    Who beat you, you crying? What you crying for? You get what you vote for! Take it and shut up! When Salisbury people were asking for roads, it was all political. What is it now? For decades all you voting labour, they have no reason to butter you.

    • rasta4life
      March 14, 2012

      thank you very much ,take dat , go to your parl rep the idiot

    • Anonymous
      March 14, 2012

      shout all you hell dam mouth :twisted:

  29. Pat
    March 14, 2012

    SaY what you want but did the other party do any better? i didn’t support dem but just wondering. Then again they only had 5 years in, now these labor fellas have 15 years already(well 12, what’s the difference) to show Grandbay their appreciation.

    • Anonymous
      March 14, 2012

      thank you :-D

    • Malatete
      March 14, 2012

      Not only that Pat, they did come in promising to do better! Just shows you what a politician’s promise is worth. Almost as much as the classic promise that “the cheque is in the mail”!

  30. Pat
    March 14, 2012

    You doe see & hear the place-holder they put in place to rep their stronghold for them? You cannot blame her for doing nothing, it’s a seat they cannot loose…or so they think.

  31. March 14, 2012

    SORRY I HAVE MADE A LOT OF MISTAKES BUT I AM SURE THAT ANY ONE WHO REALLY WANTS TO UNDERSTAND AND THINK OF THE LIFE THAT GRANDBAY PEOPLE HAD OVER 20 YEARS AGO WILL UNDERSTAND WHERE I AM COMING FROM IN ORDER TO LEAD THE BLIND VOTERS….

  32. March 14, 2012

    Rayburn will look into it for you guys. The Government paving roads, they have not forgotten GB. Homes have alreacy been built/building in GB. Take time, have patience. The government cannost be anywhere at one time.

    • dwiz
      March 14, 2012

      Patience really? Veille case road well nice

      • tehbeh
        March 15, 2012

        not vielle case alone.

    • :-(
      March 14, 2012

      Patience??? WTF u talking about patience after 15 years in power??? Patience?? And a State Palace (or State Malice) have plan to build already??

    • Anonymous
      March 14, 2012

      TM people have the most patience you would ever get. But enough is enough. And we not talking about housing for a few, we talking about roads for ALL. all north roads blinging. Road to grandbay is good, but what ABOUT TETE MORNE? STOP FORGETTING PEOPLE LIVE THERE TOO. IS ABOUT TIME. No wonder all the residents migrating, the place is getting empty. All of us who can go will go. end of story.

    • Malatete
      March 15, 2012

      Patience used to be a virtue. Poor old Patience, now she has become a “Patient”!

  33. Tiger
    March 14, 2012

    To call this track a road is being very generous. I would not even allow my donkey to walk on that road for fear it might break its legs.

  34. resident
    March 14, 2012

    boy,boy,boy, I can attest to the fact that the road is indeed terrible. I travel that road everyday and God help us and those who have no choice but to drive their vehicles on it. Those holding the country’s purse should show some favour to us. Tete Morne people have voting Labour consistently and if we are complaining now it is because we are dying under the road condition.

  35. En Ba La
    March 14, 2012

    The type of things that would happen during community day of service are NO LONGER happening. HAVE YOU ALL PLANTED ENOUGH FLOWERS YET – I guess not so PM ignoring you all. :lol: :lol:

    The only thing I am saying is I remember the late Pierre Charles and L’echelle these guys were the real LABOUR PARTY people in Grand Bay. Their Community building efforts established the roots for the REAL LABOUR party in Grand Bay.

    The LABOUR PARTY has been HIJACKED by a bunch of greedy people – people who were PAID TO “JOIN”. The people with no community involvement and I mean hands on, these are the people who are out there getting elected and building their wealth. There are enough grassroots people, who are intelligent enough, who have community building at heart and putting the effort these are the people who should get elected. I can name a few in Grand Bay.

    I am grossly disappointed, I think the parl. rep.. she could have made a difference because you have the support of Grand Bay people – they are the ones VOTING YOU IN – and she just sat there and drank the same tainted “cool”-aid and becoming as passive and dormant as anything.

    • rasta4life
      March 14, 2012

      because she cannot express herself ,she just CANNOT talk,what is she doing there in the first place , SKERRIT did not like PIERRO ,all you grandbay people, take what all you get :-)

  36. stevo
    March 14, 2012

    and they will chant labour power. trails like these when seen on the world wide web {www} will deter visitors to Dominica. When the australian cricketer google dominica reports like these will show up and vwala one visitor less. Yesteday was morne daniel today is Grandbay where next…..

    • CHARMER
      March 14, 2012

      Next is Cottage. These Parl Reps don’t realise that they are Parl Reps before they become Ministers. Why are they not satisfying some of the needs of their people?

  37. Toneh
    March 14, 2012

    look like everybody putting up pix of their roads seem like ill have to put up the road under the dubique cliff too and other stuffs that need attention including a new basketball court in dubique and the upgrade of the playing field and basketball court in bagatelle..DNO ill be sending an email to your guys very soon!

  38. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    Jump high jump low labour power. Its a plesure. For all to talk what all you doing. For grandbay?some off you in the state like lalaugoou what you all coincidence people short. Out.

    • TeteMorne I from...
      March 14, 2012

      English please!!!

  39. BIG
    March 14, 2012

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

  40. Piper
    March 14, 2012

    Now you know how stupid some people are. Their politics is their religion. Once they are born into it, they will die in it. No matter what Labour does not do for them, they continue to vote Labour.

    The Labour Party has read them well and they know they will continue to vote for them, so why not focus their attention on other more marginal constituencies?

  41. G
    March 14, 2012

    I feel you guys pain….The heading of this article should not be ” The Road Between Grandbay and Tete Morne.” It should read, ” The Path of Death.

  42. GB
    March 14, 2012

    Even though Grand Bay is neglected, the people will still blindly vote for any person DLP send. Some fellas from GB was seen on MARPIN begging for jobs to patch some holes. They were vex people from a nearby village were given the job in their community.

    Unemployment has reached crisis stage in GB. Once a productive village, agriculture – bananas, and non-banana crops, poverty is on the rise. The standard of living of most GB villagers are declining daily. GB is losing its roots, its resistance to corruption, its advocacy against Massa control.

    Many of GB residents just sit there and watch politicians amass quick wealth while in Public Office, while the majority getting poorer and poorer. Everybody knows that the present Parl. Rep. does not have the capacity nor the ability to move GB forward, to create employment for the GB youths and other villagers.

    DLP strong hold? People becoming decultured and refuse to see the light even though impoverishment and neglect is brought on them. They love their PM and politician, in light of increased poverty, more than themselves.

    • Toneh
      March 14, 2012

      GB the man wasnt begging for job to patch road…know what u saying….the man was talking on behalf of the ppl of bagatelle which i find he makes scence..how can u take ppl from another village to patch roads in bagatlle when there a ppl in the village acustom of doing……the person behind that job too political…i wont call his name….i understan he the one that going up for the petite savanne constituency for the next election…..but guess what we dont want him!!!!

    • Lougaoo Mem
      March 14, 2012

      Well said GB. Remember the old saying? It takes a revolution to bring a solution. That may well be the way we’ll have to go if nothing changes. We are still revolutionaries.

  43. LMAO
    March 14, 2012

    So when Mike Hussey say he aint coming you think he irrational.. not even we that can take it anymore..
    so what about the road from Grandbay through to Ptte savanne , delices boetica to pond casse?

  44. tiny
    March 14, 2012

    ok my peeps…was gonna tell where i was from but i changed my mind………you guys are right though…. 90% of Dominica look like a shanty town ….ain’t that sad…..but i have been too grandbay…and i thought that grand-bay on a whole looked like a shanty town….guess i have not visited everywhere…haven’t been to berricoa or maybe i have…that paved mountain trail leading to tete morne reminds me of the route to grand bay

    • Annon
      March 14, 2012

      @tiny!…You haven’t been ‘too’ GB, sounds like u’ve been under a rock for too long…just came up for air, now u spewing hot air. Jell ou fan se pou parlay, dwet ou sepaway se pou type a sou keybod, like a fly on DNO wall. ..Id10t!

      • TeteMorne I from...
        March 14, 2012

        :-D :lol:

      • rasta4life
        March 14, 2012

        you are the real idiot ,all u shame now

  45. KIT
    March 14, 2012

    WHAT A SHAME!!! For a labor stronghold, it’s unbelievable.. That’s not a road, it looks more like a track..
    This road is in a state of emergency.. I hope b4 the year ends, government will start working on this road.. The people deserve better than that!!

  46. (.) (.)
    March 14, 2012

    Tete Morne people should block the roads whenever those politicians decide to go there to campaign during election time. Only time those politicians know people is when they are desperate for votes. IF YOU WANT VOTES…FIX THE ROAD

    • Truth 101
      March 14, 2012

      And even if they fix the road I would still NOT vote for them!! lol

  47. The truth
    March 14, 2012

    The road is in sub a terrible condition. Alas. And I agree with some readers. Stop fixing roads to the same mini size that it once was. Open up the road and make up driveable. Nothing worse than having to pull onto the edge of a cliff for someone to squeeze pass. Even when they construct new roads is like they rationing space. Either fix the road fully or if the fund aren’t enough use it where you can build a complete road. No sense givin half a road.

  48. Lougaoo Mem
    March 14, 2012

    I have said it before, and is saying it again, The Labour Government cares less about Grand Bay and its environs. Bottom line, unless the people take matters in their hands and vote out their Parl-rep, business will remain the same as usual. All the talking and no action take us nowhere. It has been a sad situation for a very long time for this Southern community on the island, due to a lack of vision and LEADERSHIP.

    • LMAO
      March 14, 2012

      Zou pasa fe ayen.. seh ani parle zou sa parle..
      when election comes the first to beat all u chest and say labour power.. shut up and take it

  49. March 14, 2012

    The Pal Rep has no say in this new DLP regime,they used her to win that seat because of the support her husband had there and now these inexperience guys just push her to the side. She should show her strength by resigning or switching party.

    • exactly
      March 14, 2012

      I agree with the part that she might not have any say, but Grand Bay people are Die-Hard Laborites and cannot seem to grasp the concept of electing one who has their best interest at hand. “We voting Labour Just Like That!”, In my opinion the dumbest campaign slogan ever.
      I am originally from the area and the last time I was home I raised the same issues, not only of the condition of the roads (especially those leading up to and in Tete Morne), but also of the Resource Centre, (Which by the way was headline news on DNO when the PM praised the then Council leader for the way in which she balanced the books). The building has been just standing there not being made full use of.
      I spoke to the Parl. Rep who indicated a few years ago that a certain amount of money was already set aside for the road work, but when I asked about the details as in whether it would include drainage etc. she said she did not know. lol. Her husband knew, he started with drainage, which seem to have been the last significant road improvement in the area.

      • Close you mouth
        March 14, 2012

        Well then Clem, if you had so many great ideas, then go home and help them fix the twass. These roads have always been in bad condition form the get go but just because allu seeing them fixing other roads, now you complaining? Die hard labor fans they are! Eat or barely eat but I voting Labuh all the way….just like that! EL !
        Skerrit should have hooked you all up a LONG TIME AGO. They have no problems risking the lives of their donkeys, ankles, children, bus drivers, and dogs, on these twass. Fix it allu self or take what you get. Maybe next election allu will see the light and vote with common sense? Soem of allu still waiting on allu roof and toilet form the Parl rep from Lalay. Get up and do something before the twasses turn to rocky roads.

    • Malatete
      March 14, 2012

      Before the next election a new candidate will be put in place. She was only ever appointed as a holding candidate for a safe seat and she will be unceremoniously shifted aside into a non-political post as consolation. Up to now she has not relalised that it was not her political acumen that got her that seat. When it comes to power the ruling cabal is ruthless and will cast aside anyone, who’s competence may be a threat. You have allowed yourself to be royally used Hon. Charles. Enjoy it while you can.

    • En Ba La
      March 14, 2012

      Switching party is not her problem. She did not pick up ANYTHING from her late husbands involvement in the labour party. I am from Grand Bay ANYBODY could have won that sit on a labour party ticket. I will keep saying politicians in Dominica “JUST HAPPEN” they are not people prepared to represent. POLITICAL AWARENESS…

  50. Toneh
    March 14, 2012

    so what if i have to start talking about DR darroux and his constituency??? WE gona vote for a change!!!!next election we have a plan for alu..not my vote labour getting again seems like we have to go against the govt to get what we want

  51. met yo
    March 14, 2012

    All other farm roads in gbay are better than the tete morne road. The ppl are jus gettin a lot of empty promises from the gov’t. The parl rep knows how bad it is because she will park her grand vitara and use her toyota 4wheel wen travelling up here. I believe if labour party had competition in tete morne someting would already be done about that road to try buy some votes

    • exactly
      March 14, 2012

      I even forgot about that one when the parl. rep had the audacity to come out at a village meeting and say that the farm roads would have taken the priority since monies where already allocated for farm access roads. Backward thinking people! I mentioned the scenario of a young child falling from a tree for example with some possible broken bones and some other injuries (something that happens in that area), an ambulance would have to take close to half an hour to navigate around these holes as not to aggravate magnitude of the injuries, time which could be the difference between life or death and you are telling me that farm roads which in most part lead to farms owned by just a couple families and hardly frequented deserve more attention?
      Is the Parl. Rep representing the people of the plants and animals or does the Govt. see the communities which are most loyal to it as less than animals, I must wonder.
      Labor got my vote once, and that was over a decade ago, never again!

  52. conscious_DA
    March 14, 2012

    Awa wii…dere roads in DA that worse than that…

    • exactly
      March 14, 2012

      That is besides the point! A couple years ago, my heart cried while driving through the Kalinago Territory. The roads then in my opinion seemed to be worse than that of Tete Morne. I am no longer too sure about that.

  53. bagatelle
    March 14, 2012

    well well…i thought is bagatelle alone dat wasnt on d map?…we have been robbed of wat is due to us from the labour party for so long now. we have voted this labour government for decades and ppl laugh when they say give us rum and we will vote. dr. darroux came after urban baron who shamed us and now he is doin no better that mr baron. THE ROAD IS SO BAD UP OUR WAY! my lord i dont know how to say it and wat to say again! when will dr darroux hold a meeting with the villagers and village councils to tell us wat is goin to be done in our favour? i am not asking for silver and gold for everyone…i am not asking for houses for everyone…all i am asking is assistance to whom assistance is needed not those we befriend…and our basketball court and field..thats the only place our kids well my son has to go in the village to play his football…PLEASE KENKO COME TO BAGATELLE! we r ppl too not those u associate with from grandbay and ur family in ti savanne! bonjay oye!

    • Toneh
      March 14, 2012

      suck it to him i say!!!! all he does is pass under his darkers and horn ppl…mr peepeep

  54. tiny
    March 14, 2012

    @ Q

    what you talking about….one way streets are much larger than this paved trail

  55. Satelite
    March 14, 2012

    When all you stop robbing people and good delivery vehicles in Grandbay, we will fix all of the roads. Give ti get!

    • Mapwey
      March 14, 2012

      But wait…like is grand bay alone that responsible for robbing people? Some people really need to shut up when they have nothing good to say

    • dwiz
      March 14, 2012

      They rob people in portsmouth too dont they?

  56. Malatete
    March 14, 2012

    Yes, Justina, now that you are responsible for the same constituency as your beloved late husband, how about honouring his memory by completing this road that he so faithfully promised us before his untimely demise?

    • dominican
      March 14, 2012

      and i hope before she leaves she complete the Pierre Charles boulivard by placing the statue head of pierro on the cullum in the round about.

  57. true
    March 14, 2012

    oho

  58. piece
    March 14, 2012

    kenko not doing nothing for us too

  59. tiny
    March 14, 2012

    so i guess the steets in Berricoa must be alright…..i have never been there ….have never heard the name before ….it’s just the road leading to berricoa that’s the problem?…

    can the resident please send some pic of berricoa…..wow that name ….i’m guessing it’s a shanty town like grand bay

    • (.) (.)
      March 14, 2012

      Berricoa is Grand Bay, you fool. I guess where you come from is not shanty town. I thought all the villages in Dominica looked alike

    • huge
      March 14, 2012

      ohhh tiny you should know the meaning of shanty. I mean shanty is the way you soeak, i imagine you’re a shanty looking person as well who passed through a shanty hole to get here. I’d like to imagine you live in the gated community as well, If Grand Bay is SHANTY, the whole of Dominica is shanty too.. get your facts straight, city fool.

      • huge
        March 14, 2012

        speak*

      • dominican
        March 14, 2012

        instead of picking on each other after they comment stick to the issues because that commenting on each others comments like is a meypwee people stop it now ok.

    • En Ba La
      March 14, 2012

      I am asking the posters to forgive TINY. Tiny you are forgiven. Where are from are you even from Dominica?

      • dominican
        March 14, 2012

        please stick to the real issue not nity and she not knowing about berricoa . come on there are dominicans in dominica who do not know the different sections of most villages so don’t be on tiny’s case ok . i am 36yrs old and i have never been to balizie in la plaine but i have been to la plaine. come on people let common sense prevail ok. the real issue there is the roads and the palreps.

  60. Q
    March 14, 2012

    and build two way roads please…. is high time these people STOP fixing roads as one way street..

  61. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    For a labour strong hold, they really take their voters for granted.

    • Anonymous
      March 16, 2012

      since when Tete moren people become Laborites. From the time i know my self they voted freedom.

  62. Anonymous
    March 14, 2012

    sad sad sad, dats all i can say…my back breaking on dem roads.

    • Lougaoo Mem
      March 14, 2012

      Continue to vote LABOR, Good 4 U!

    • Close you mouth
      March 14, 2012

      :mrgreen:

    • TeteMorne I from...
      March 14, 2012

      You will be okay. We all have had our backs broken on these roads. You will live…

  63. me
    March 14, 2012

    now thisa is a road the government shoould look into not the ridiculous morne daniel road that is where monies spent on things the country dont NEED should have been utilised instead

  64. tom
    March 14, 2012

    parl rep do not look like she ca convince her colleague of the importance of this road. Bet she have very little say on improving her community

  65. LaPte
    March 14, 2012

    Shame on Skeritt, building $27 million palace, Charles must be turning in his grave…my roots are planted in Tete Morne…God Bless…

    • Lougaoo Mem
      March 14, 2012

      It’s all about me and getting quick wealth. No need to worry ’bout Grand Bay. They’ll vote for me regardless. Oh my people! Wake up!

      • Anonymous
        March 14, 2012

        did the reporter ever mentioned the work that the parl rep did on the road infront of the resource center , in the tetemeorn community, at morne ma neset. she has also constructed the retaining wall near the resource centerr following which she constructed the multipurose court. She has spent $100,000 in impoving the housing condition of some of the residents.After all roam was not built in one day but it was built any way. i kow the parl rep is worling hard to address that issue in spite of goverment financial challenges and the condition of the roads across the island.
        parl rep hold on strong we love you.

      • Mr. Gouty
        March 14, 2012

        Grand bay is not the place it use to be . theres some people who are trying their best with their churches and the bank and two big shops and a bakery and the radio station and many bus drivers and apat from that nothing els i think gb needs help now.

      • Big Man
        March 14, 2012

        This Anonymous person dont seems to get the point. It only common sense to do what is most important.. why build a resourse center and u dont have roads to get to it…come on..Common sense really not common

    • En Ba La
      March 14, 2012

      Take what they get. Not enough yet.
      @Anonymous :lol:

      • rasta4life
        March 14, 2012

        start they start to CRY, SAY KAVAL LA “I VOTING LABOUR JUST LIKE DAT “.

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