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Date: 19 Jan 18 01:52pm
During the Mayor and City Council’s statutory meeting yesterday, City Hall’s conference room was transformed into a ‘courtroom’ with the City Engineer’s Department on ‘trial’. Town Clerk, Yonette Pluck, was also ‘questioned’ and threatened by Councillor Patricia Greene with a ‘No Confidence Motion’ to oust her from Office.A motion was moved by Councillor Greene and seconded by Councillor Gwendolyn McGowan to suspend the standing orders to ‘question’ the City Engineer’s Department and those up the hierarchy on pertinent issues.Emphasis was placed on the City Engineer Department’s August Report which was deferred twice because of previous discrepancies. Further, the construction of structures without Council’s authorization, tender process of City Hall’s heritage project, and inadequate reporting of the department’s operations to the Council were some of the issues raised.When questioned about specific projects in the report, long pauses and the few responses by City Engineer Gregory Erskine frustrated some of the Councillors. They alleged that Erskine was purposely refusing to answer to prolong the meeting until there was no quorum.According to Councillor Ranwell Jordan, he was dissatisfied with what transpired. The report was deferred twice and the City Engineer should have looked over the report and answered the questions without hesitation. The engineer had enough time to check details. However, NFL Jerseys Wholesale, in the end it was decided that site visits will be executed. This was not taken well by some Councillors.In relation to illegal construction, Councillor Greene noted that a private developer is executing works in the vicinity of Canary Road, going east on Punt Trench dam. While explaining that no construction works should be carried out there owing to several culverts and sewerage under that dam, she insinuated that someone in top hierarchical position gave permission to the private developer.However, Erskine, Pluck and the Deputy Mayor, Robert Williams, claimed that they are unaware of the works. Mayor Hamilton Green who had already left the meeting was unable to clear any suspicions on his behalf.Nonetheless, Pluck pledged to investigate the matter and to report to Council. At this point, Councillor Green was enraged with Pluck for being an Executive Officer who was unaware of the ills of the City.Councillor Green told Pluck and other Councillors that a ‘No Confidence’ Motion in the Town Clerk should be moved.The Deputy Mayor was not spared. He was accused of allowing a tax payer who is before the Court for owing the Council rates and taxes to carry out construction work on Camp Street.Councillor Greene emphasised that the errant tax payer approached Williams, who sent him to the City Engineer’s Department to consider approving a plan to construct a fence. Councillor Green argued that this should not have been allowed since the taxpayer is before the Court.Council Greene contended that the restoration works to the Council should be done through a competitive tender process. She added that the City Engineer’s Department like outside bidders should tender for the works.Pluck also found herself in another tough spot when questioned by Councillor McGowan about the Council’s vehicles and machines. When asked if the Council’s cherry-picker was in operation Pluck answered in the affirmative.However, investigating further to obtain the machine’s location, Pluck stated that the machine is in the workshop.
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Date: 19 Jan 18 01:52pm
By Romila BoodramIn what is believed to be an execution attempt, a gunman yesterday opened fire on an ex-policeman at a City’s barbershop leaving him in a critical condition and another nursing a single gunshot wound at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC).Up to press time, the ex-policeman, Nandram Persaud, Cheap Soccer Jerseys Free Shipping, aka “Coolie Gangster, ” 34, of Lot 78 La Grange, West Bank Demerara was listed as critical. According to sources, he was shot about seven times in his chest, neck and feet.The second victim, a barber, Kintia Gobin, 30, of Lot 94 Meadow Brook Gardens, Georgetown was shot to his right thigh. His condition was listed as stable.The barbershop where the men were shot.According to reports, around 17:00 hours yesterday, two men pulled up on a CG motorcycle at “Professional Cuts” Barber shop located at Lot 3 Railway Street, Kitty, Georgetown. One of the gunmen entered the barbershop and opened fire on the ex-cop. It is believed that the barber was hit by a stray bullet.At the hospital yesterday, while the duo was seeking medical attention, Anand Persaud, a neighbour who assisted them to the hospital said that he was in his kitchen garden when he heard gunshots.“I run to the front and they (curious passersby) told me that there was a shooting in there (barber shop) so I go inside and I see him (Persaud) in a pool of blood and the barber tell me ‘Oww father, please help me’. So I help to put him (ex-cop) in the car and Kintia drive to the hospital, ” the neighbour said.The injured Persaud’s family was very tight-lipped last night. His mother arrived at the hospital in tears and had to be consoled by other relatives.Meanwhile, Gobin who was waiting to do an X-tray said everything happened so fast, he could barely remember what transpired.“Persaud is a regular customer; I was cutting his hair and I hear the door pushed and when I turned, is sheer bullets firing so all I could have done was pull aside and turn my face and when they left I see Persaud lying on the chair with bullet holes and blood all over, ” a terrified Gobin recalled.He said at that time, he thought that Persaud was already dead given the number of gunshots he took. “I can’t say what happened; I don’t have any enemies. These two men just came, one stay on the bike and the other one came in, stand there and start shooting and then walked out.”Last evening, the once lively street could be compared to a ghost town. There was not a single person on the street, while all doors were tightly locked.