by Emmanuel Joseph
Residents and businesses being inconvenienced by the dust from the multi-million-dollar Deighton Griffith School to Aberdene Road Improvement Project in Christ Church, have been assured of lasting relief this week.
Not only that, but General Manager of Rayside Construction, Roger Gill told Barbados TODAY this morning, that he was still expecting the entire road project to be completed by December, all things being equal.
He said that between today and tomorrow, his company would be applying colas – a tar-like substance – and chip on the completed and near completed portions of the road in order to control the dust.
“Colas, the stuff we call tar, will be sprayed on the base course and then sprinkled with three inch stones across it.
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