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“Serious cash flow problem in central Government”
One of the Democratic Labour Party Government’s prized capital works projects has come to a screeching halt.
Work on the long awaited St John Polyclinic and adjoining facility that is slated to bear the name of late Prime Minister and long-standing Member of Parliament for the parish, David Thompson, has been stopped due to a serious cash flow problem in central Government.
According to reliable sources, the project’s main contractor, ADC Building and Maintenance, was owed almost $3 million before the red light was put up by Government.
… read the full article at The Nation: Work Stops!