At least three emergency services facilities are expected to be fully repaired in the next coming weeks.
Those facilities are the Road Town and West End police stations, and Capoons Bay Fire Station.
Premier Dr D Orlando Smith said work on the Road Town and West End police station is projected to be completed by the end of August.
Funds from the United Kingdom is financing those two restoration projects. As for police stations on the three sister islands; government is now awaiting funding to carry out those projects.
Premier Smith expects funding for those repairs will be sourced through loans.
Dr Smith was responding to questions in the House of Assembly from Opposition Leader Andrew Fahie on Thursday.
Responding to similar questions, Minister of Communications and Works Mark Vanterpool said the Capoons Bay Fire Station should reopen in two months.
He said the station, which is located on the western end of Tortola, is undergoing repairs.
“Works is expected to be completed and the fire station fully functional by mid-September,” he told the House of Assembly.
Back in February, Permanent Secretary in the ministry, Anthony McMaster said authorities were working to have the said fire station ready in time for the 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which began more than a month ago.
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