Citizens believe the blame game should stop and systems put in place to deal with the city’s garbage
As the Georgetown municipality and central government continues to play politics over the affairs of the city, garbage is piling up everywhere.
Some citizens believe that the blame game should stop and systems put in place to deal with the garbage situation.
When Capitol News took its cameras to the streets some citizens described the situation as shameful and pointed to the bad image it gives to this country.
One resident also called for the reopening of the Princess Street incinerator since in his mind things were far better when it was operational.
And some people we spoke with believe that a collective approach is needed and that the council needs to get more serious with persons who are littering indiscriminately.
City Hall is saying that the lack of finance is severely affecting their daily management of the city.