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A historian says asphalt roads should not have been laid St Andrew.
The Education Minister defends docking teachers’ pay.
Common Entrance Examination results will be released in another two weeks
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One Response to BARBADOS TODAY AFTERNOON UPDATE – May 31, 2016

  1. Tony Waterman June 1, 2016 at 5:14 pm

    “”A historian says asphalt roads should not have been laid St Andrew.””
    So is this Historian a Road Engineer also, i am NOT a Spring Chicken, and Asphalt roads were always laid in St Andrew, the big Problem Today is that there is NO MONEY to build the roads in St Andrew, the way they should Be Built, ON GABIONS, if the Historian looks at the work done in that area utilizing GABIONS, he would find that there is no Movement of those Roads/Bridges.

    That is Because the Gabions allow the Water to run off without Moving the Clay with it, but if you put aggregate on top of Clay, it will move especially during the rainy Season.

    The Historian should stick to History


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