I live and conduct my business in Number 75 Village, Corriverton, Berbice.
As the country will know, we have been suffering from water damage to especially our farmlands. I have been writing to the authorities and cannot bear it anymore.
I would now like to publish one that I last year to Region Six Chairman, David Armogan. I would appreciate your publication as it shows our frustration.
Dear Mr David Armogan,
I, the undersigned, respectfully request your presence to have a firsthand look of the drainage system in Section B # 75 Village .
Sir, I had written to the IMC of Corriverton, a letter dated 12.11. 2012 and copied to you on the situation regards the drainage facilities in this area but to date the IMC did not visit or ask me to explain the condition in this section.
There are also other problems in this area, which you will see on your visit.
Chairman, I have two acres well-stocked farm which I really would like you to see because this farm is now threatened by poor drainage although Guysuco’s drainage canal is just nearby.
I have been calling on your cell phone without success this is why I choose to write because I know you are always a very busy person, but I hope you can make it to visit me and see one of the best farms in Berbice just along the public road which is in sure danger due to negligence or vindictiveness by those who are mandated to manage and maintain this town .
Sir, I will be very grateful if you can indicate when you are coming so that I can be available and not waste your trip. I can be contacted on tel. # 335-3347 or cell 626-6245.
Thanking you in anticipation, kindly oblige.
Harri Persaud Beharry.
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