Georgetown City Hall declared a fire hazzard another PPP legacy in #guyana

“…[I]t is advised that no mass gathering type of activities be held on the premises until the necessary recommendations submitted are implemented,” Gentle wrote to acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba, in a letter dated March 20th, 2015. Gentle’s warning was based on a Fire Prevention Inspection that was carried out the same day by the Guyana Fire Service. The inspection, according to Gentle’s letter, revealed 18 major issues of concern. These issues include loose and hanging electrical wires in various parts of the building, a southern fire escape staircase that is out of order, and an aging cracked metal staircase leading to the Council Chamber.

The letter also identified hazards, such as a porous roof, severely deteriorated sections of flooring in the Council Chamber, visibly deteriorating support beams and a wiring system which has not been upgraded in over 100 years.


One response to “Georgetown City Hall declared a fire hazzard another PPP legacy in #guyana”

  1. Oh no! Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.

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