Two Dates Set for July 26 Projects Completion?

first_imgSinoe County’s Superintendent and his Assistant for Development, Thomas Romeo Quioh, and H. Sneh Johnson, have revealed that the July 26 Special Projects are expected to be completed today Monday, and subsequently turned over to the County Administration. But the contractors have suggested Wednesday.Supt. Quioh and Mr. Johnson, in separate interviews, told the Daily Observer that the Superintendent’s Lodge and House, as well as the Youth Center and Children’s Playground would be turned over today to be decorated for Thursday’s dedication by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf as part of the country’s 168th independence celebration taking place this year in Greenville, Sinoe County.But the supervisors of the two construction companies, who begged anonymity, told our reporter that the completion of the projects would be done either Tuesday or Wednesday.A tour by our reporter, who is on special assignment in Greenville, Sinoe revealed that the Superintendent’s Lodge and House could be completed on Tuesday if a 24 hour round the clock stint is undertaken to get the job done on time. But it is impossible that the Youth Center will be fully completed this week in time for the dedication.As part of the Projects, the President is also expected to “light” Greenville upon her arrival (Monday or Tuesday) and a tour by our reporter revealed that this will most likely be accomplished if the all-night and all-day shifts continue. But any interruption could push the lighting of Greenville City to this weekend.Unfortunately, besides the erection of the special projects which beautify Greenville, most of the houses in the city are still unpainted. If the Greenville City Corporation (GCC) and County Administration do not insist or enforce City Ordinances, Greenville may be unable to give its distinguished visitors a unique, beautiful and colorful welcome.The Mayor of GCC, Madam Barbara Kieh, could not be reached up to press time last night to enquire if her office is doing anything about houses being painted.Besides the houses, the streets also need to be swept clean.Three other major projects, which are not considered among the special projects, but are nonetheless undergoing serious and speedy renovation, are the F.J. Grante Hospital, the James E. Greene Sports Stadium and the Presidential Parking Lot in front of the City Hall.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more