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KSAC, NWA sleeping on the job

Published:Saturday | May 9, 2015 | 5:00 AM
Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer This broken drain on Spanish Town Road, across from Denham Town Primary School, endangers motorists and pedestrians, especially children, who uses the thoroughfare in west Kingston. PHOTO TAKEN: May 1, 2015
Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer Much-faded stop signs at the intersection of Langston Road and St James Road in southeastern St Andrew are crying out for a facelift. Motorists sometimes proceed without stopping because the signs are not visible.
Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer Much-faded stop signs at the intersection of Langston Road and St James Road in southeastern St Andrew are crying out for a facelift. Motorists sometimes proceed without stopping because the signs are not visible. PHOTOS TAKEN: February 20, 2015
Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer This one-way sign at the intersection of Slipe Road and Studio One Boulevard in Kingston was hit down in a recent motor vehicle accident. PHOTO TAKEN: April 19, 2015
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KSAC, NWA sleeping on the job

Here are a few disgraceful conditions in the city of Kingston

which The Gleaner's People's Report section has

highlighted over the past days, weeks and months.