I am not sure which ­Government department to congratulate, but I was pleasantly surprised when I went to ­Maracas beach on ­Sunday and noticed most of the road to ­Maracas was patched, making the drive a lot easier because drivers were no longer having to dodge potholes.

It is not a perfect job, but at least it is an improvement for us drivers. The same can’t be said about the road in Chaguaramas. The Chaguaramas Development Authority repaved the road to Macqueripe, but the main road which runs all the way to Island Home Owners is awful. 

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