Aug 31, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Moleson Creek residents appeal for restoration of community playfield
Residents of Moleson Creek are calling on Government authorities to restore the playground which over the past months has been neglected.
Media operatives were recently taken on an escorted tour of the area where the residents pointed out the improper management of infrastructure in the area. The playfield is overtaken with dense foliage and is unfit for playing purposes.
This 2 acre plot of land once entertained a hob of sports activity the likes of football, volleyball and circle tennis among other disciplines had also sported a 400M track.
Sports officials had in the past hosted teams from Suriname, French Guiana, New Amsterdam and Georgetown but all of this is now fond memories. The ground is now swamped and covered with the tall grass while the pitch is hardly recognizable.
The new school term will soon commence and athletes of those institutions will be preparing for the athletics season. Naturally, these students as well as residents of the community are optimistic that the relevant authorities would institute the necessary works to restore the field to a semblance of its former self.
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