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WATCH: Pierre Signs MOU To Rehabilitate Vieux Fort Police Divisional Headquarters


On November 25, Prime Minister Hon. Philip J. Pierre signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the National Insurance Property Development & Management Company LTD (NIPRO) to initiate a XCD 3.5 million rehabilitation of the Vieux Fort Police Divisional Headquarters.

More in this report from Rehani Isidore:

SOURCE: Office of the Prime Minister

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  1. Well I am happy because the police operating out of Bori Place just as you enter Clark Street this is not a good look it just seems like yesterday was opening day for the police station built by His Most Honorable KDA, and the Yellow Administration was/is so vindictive to V/F South and every St Lucian from all walks of life knows why…….they still dread The Most Honorable KDA . Nevertheless, I still take issue with His Most Honorable KDA, as it pertains to police station. The place could have been kept up over the years, solicitation from cooperate entities close by of which the division serves the True Values, Home Depot, Coconut Bay, Flow, for sponsorship to renovate the facility, ask courts to donate furniture, these companies would not mind the donation it’s with keeping with their ” good community portfolio “, and have the good Citizens volunteer their time and effort in beautifying the station and bringing it back up to specs . Everything does not have to fall on government, we can’t wait for Castries to deliver V/F needs (you know how that goes already), we should be doing it ourselves this should have been a community effort, even thou we pay the most taxes.


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