Carrefour Mayor Yvon Jerome, conducted December 4 passed at the inauguration of the new road Diquini 63, which was greeted with a sigh of relief by the inhabitants of the area.
"This road is a relief," says one resident aged 63 Diquini fifty years. Indeed, this Friday, December 4, in the presence of representatives of the Mission of the 7th Day Adventist, industry Formaplas, the member of Carrefour, Ezra Fabian, Mayor of the town, Yvon Jerome, has proceeded to the inauguration the road Diquini 63.
In a festive atmosphere, Mayor Jerome has urged people to keep the streets clean. Diquini Route 63, once dusty in dry season and muddy in rainy season, causing many difficulties for pupils and students from various schools in the area, and the faithful Adventists.
To remind the Church of the 7th Day Adventist in Haiti has its headquarters in this area and a large proportion of residents Diquini are members of this Church.
With a length of 800 meters, this new route connects the road to Carrefour in different areas of the district Diquini. The road also provides access to the town hall.
However, because many pupils and students attending the street, more of a feel that it installs speed bumps, commonly called with us "police lying," any attempt to curb excess speed of motorists.
"Some drivers do not respect the highway code, sorry man whose daughter attends the Adventist College Diquini. The "Font lying" could prevent fatal accidents, he says.
The restoration of the road Diquini 63 have not been as fortunate. The inhabitants of "Lakou plonbri (Court Plumbing) complain that these works have come to thank you water.
Located at the same level as the ravine, they were victims of the recent showers last November. "We hope that the mayor makes the cleaning of the gully and strengthens the bank leading to the court" wants Lele, a resident of this court.
JL / HPN