Screen_Shot_2015-11-17_at_8.14.54_PMAt the top of the newscast we told you about the infrastructural plans the Orange Walk Town Council has to address the issue of streets repair. While that project is yet to see its course, there is another project that is about to be completed. Currently under construction is the final phase for the Belize Municipal Development Project where the South and North Streets and periphery of the Central Park will be paved. Councilor Ian Cal says this is the start of a much delayed project, mainly due to inclement weather…

IAN CAL – Councillor

“What we are seeing right now is the works of BWS and those are preliminary works that are coming in before after they have completed those works and you will be seeing works around the park, we will be seeing new pavement around the park and of course the council is looking into paving the other streets on the surroundings.”


“This actually is a little bit delayed it is always a tedious process when it comes to BWS doing there.”

As we reported, the project was funded by the World Bank, and implemented by the Social Investment Fund which partnered with the Town Council. Of note is that the Council paid three percent of the total cost of the project which is somewhere around sixty thousand dollars.

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