Fix this/Good job!

Published: Saturday | December 8, 2012 Comments 0
GOOD JOB - Two days after The Gleaner's December 1 edition of People's Report highlighted this bending Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) pole at the intersection of North and East streets in Kingston, a JPS crew responded and fixed it.
GOOD JOB - Two days after The Gleaner's December 1 edition of People's Report highlighted this bending Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) pole at the intersection of North and East streets in Kingston, a JPS crew responded and fixed it.
FIX IT - This stop light, located at the intersection of Charles and Hanover streets in Kingston, is partly blocked to motorists and could cause a serious accident. Will the relevant authority intervene and remove the pole blocking motorists' vision? After all, this is right in front of the state-owned National Land Agency building.
FIX IT - This stop light, located at the intersection of Charles and Hanover streets in Kingston, is partly blocked to motorists and could cause a serious accident. Will the relevant authority intervene and remove the pole blocking motorists' vision? After all, this is right in front of the state-owned National Land Agency building.

  • FIX THIS

This stop light, located at the intersection of Charles and Hanover streets in Kingston, is partly blocked to motorists and could cause a serious accident. Will the relevant authority intervene and remove the pole blocking motorists' vision? After all, this is right in front of the state-owned National Land Agency building.

  • Good Job

Two days after The Gleaner's December 1 edition of People's Report highlighted this bending Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) pole at the intersection of North and East streets in Kingston, a JPS crew responded and fixed it.

Photos by Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer

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