Air conditioners out of service at Supreme Court
Workers at the Supreme Court are expressing frustration that some of the air-conditioning units at the downtown Kingston facility have not been working since December, last year.
Staff members complained yesterday that it was unbearable to work in the heat.
They say they were given fans but because there are no windows in the offices, the fans are only circulating hot air.
One of the offices affected is the computer room in the civil registry.
And one of the workers has expressed fear that the computer system will soon start to malfunction because of the intense heat.
They workers say several letters have been sent to Court Management Services outlining the situation but to date the units have not been fixed.
They say they were frustrated with the situation and are now contemplating what action to take for the authorities to repair or replace the units.
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