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Sir Andie’s complaint

One of the first phones that was installed in Cinderella Town was 3195. Now for the last two months my telephone has not been working but still I’m expected to pay the monthly bill even though I have no service. It seems that there is no one in authority that I can voice my complaint to and have the situation addressed and rectified.

Nurse Seay Street is one of the oldest streets that was opened in the Cinderella Town are where the houses were built. Presently it is one of the worst streets. Anyone can take a look at it for him/herself. The drains likewise are in such a bad state. I’ve spoken to at least four different Mayors but still nothing was done. To the last Mayor I did offer us to try raising the necessary funds needed for the repairs but instead gotten no response. Can’t say I didn’t try to help. I was one who helped start the revolution of bus stops. I also think that drains and side-walks should be included in the building code instead of having to pay for such separately. I do hope that the present Mayor would take a closer look at the situation and do something. It would be greatly appreciated.

It is sad that in Belize there is so much segregation. There is no one you can turn to in logging a complaint and getting satisfaction within a reasonable time.

People act as if though they are doing you a favor. Over and over I ask the question – why, cause it shouldn’t be that way.

Sir Andie
The Happy Home Builder
Since 1959

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