Last week infrastructure work started off once again in Belize City after having gone on a bit of a lull. The first street where work commenced was on King Street where residents had been experiencing some inconveniences after BWS completed its works on that street and the paving had not started. Well on Tuesday of last week the work crews moved in and in just over a week significant work has been done on the street with it being paved with cement.

The Guardian Newspaper is reliably informed that this type of work will continue in the city with Amara being the next street to be concreted all the way to Z town. Paving will also be done on Plues Street, Seashore Drive, University Drive and Tanoomah Street.

By the beginning of next month work will also be done on secondary streets in Port Loyola, Lake I, Collett, Pickstock and Queen Square. This will be in addition to the concreting of the approach to the Chetumal Street Bridge from its intersection with the George Price Highway. All told, central government will be investing an additional 10 million dollars in streets across the city in the coming months.

The Guardian