Prince Charles businesses reject road closure

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March 10, 2011

When the Ministry of Works attempted to close Prince Charles Drive Monday, one business owner used his forklift to remove barricades used to close the road, Superwash president Dionisio D’Aguilar told The Nassau Guardian yesterday.
D’Aguilar said the Prince Charles business owners “sent the Ministry of Works packing,” following a meeting Tuesday night. The business owners insisted that the Ministry of Works find some way to allow both lanes of Prince Charles Drive to remain open while infrastructure repairs are done.
D’Aguilar, who has a Superwash location near the intersection of Fox Hill Road and Prince Charles Drive, said he and other business ...

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News date : 03/10/2011    Category : Nassau Guardian Stories

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