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Where am I?

Published:Tuesday | February 21, 2017 | 2:00 AM
Midland Drive, off Daytona Drive in Patrick City, St Andrew.
Lasquinet Avenue, off Ken Hill Drive in Pembroke Hall, St Andrew.
Someone placed the Water Lane street sign behind a drain pipe for support by the intersection with Duke Street in Kingston.
This sign by Tower and King streets in downtown Kingston is falling apart.
Norman Road, off Elletson Road.
Antrim Road in Vineyard Town, St Andrew.
Upper York Street, off Deanery Road, St Andrew.
Woodford Street, off Camp Road in St Andrew.
A faded Kings Avenue sign, by Richmond Park Avenue in Richmond Park, St Andrew.
Duhaney Drive, off Washington Boulevard in St Andrew.
This is Holland Avenue off Waterhouse Drive, Duhaney Park in St Andrew.
This is Arnold Avenue, off Arnold Road in Kingston.
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The condition of many Corporate Area street signs has been listed by the Kingston and St Andrew Municipal Corporation as a problem that will receive urgent attention come next financial year, which commences on April 1.

In fact, many commuters have had to resort to using mobile phone applications like Google Maps to find their destination because so many street signs are either falling down, the letters have long faded, or they are just nowhere to be seen.

In a Gleaner feature continuing to highlight this problem, here are some more examples.