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Dump drives Marshall to run

That “stinking garbage dump” at Mangrove in St. Thomas has driven building contractor Eric Marshall to run for Parliament.

Marshall, who handed in his deposit this morning to the Treasury, will be going up against George Hutson and Kerrie Symmonds in St. James Central in pursuit of this goal.

Using the umbrella grouping, the Coalition of Unified Parties, Marshall’s voice will be heard during general elections campaigning, along with other candidates, retired US marine Alex Mitchell, entrepreneur Mark Adamson and plumber Steve Hunte to push their respective causes to the people in their various constituencies. (Please also see pages 14 and 15) (EJ)

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