San Antonio Village Inaugurates Metered Water System After Years of Struggle

San Antonio Village Inaugurates Metered Water System After Years of Struggle

Yesterday, residents of San Antonio Village, Toledo gathered at their community center for the inauguration of a metered water system. The village has suffered from access to potable water for years and says the new system will have a tremendous impact on their everyday lives. Minister of Rural Transformation, Community Development, and Local Government Oscar Requena spoke to Love News about the project’s significance. 

Our newsroom also spoke with Alvaro Pop, the village’s Chairperson, about the positive impacts the new system will have. 

The project was funded by the CARICOM Development Fund to the tune of $186,000.

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