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Plans to install more gardens and street lights

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, April 14, 2014

NIGHT operations in Savusavu Town will soon be further boosted as there are plans to install more gardens and street lights.

Town special administrator Vijay Chand said they were liaising with agencies responsible to have the proposed projects up and running.

"People in Savusavu will soon witness more lights in town. This is part of our beautification projects," he said.

"We are also planning to install more benches at various locations in town. For Labasa Town, we are also continuing with our projects there."

Meanwhile, concerns have been raised by taxidrivers in the Northern town about how some parking metres have been dysfunctional for some time now, prompting fines imposed to them by LTA officials.

"We have also continuously repaired parking metres and other road fixtures belonging to the council," Mr Chand said

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