A full assessment is underway for the
VIP legislator and Fifth District Representative Kye Rymer launched an evaluation into the ministry following his recent appointment as the new minister responsible for the portfolio.
“The intent is to know exactly where we stand and to properly navigate our way forward. That would include the water issues, the sewerage issues and so forth,” Rymer said.
Water and sewerage issues have been longstanding in the territory for several years. Sewerage problems appear to be most prevalent in the Seventh and Eighth districts while water woes have been consistently prevalent in the Third Electoral District.
Rymer, the former head of the Department of Motor Vehicles which falls under the ministry he now runs, reported on the assessment while making his first address inside the House of Assembly on Tuesday.
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