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Screen_Shot_2015-02-26_at_7.54.34_PMOn Tuesday we told you about the progress works in the rehabilitation project of the Central Park that is seeing its final stages of completion. As reported, the project is one in collaboration with the Government of Belize, the Social Investment Fund and the Orange Walk Town Council of which funding was provided from the World Bank in the form of a loan. And while the park project was a major one for SIF, on that day of the inspection, Project Coordinator Ernest Raymond filled us in on the other road works that they have been working on around Town.


Maria Novelo – Reporter


“Sir, any other projects you guys are working within town or surrounding villages in Orange Walk?”


Ernest Raymond – Project Coordinator, SIF


“We had under the BMDP we have rehabilitated San Ignacio Street, Avilez Lane, Tangerine Street, and then we now doing Santa Familia Street that is to be completed shortly.”


Maria Novelo – Reporter


“Completed being paved, cemented, white marl thrown over?”


Ernest Raymond – Project Coordinator, SIF


“It is chip seal asphalt and the contractor is expected to put one more layer on the chip seal and then later on we will put the road furnishing like speed bumps signs and other things, if you recall the first half is done previously now we are completing the last half of that street.”

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