Tag Archives: Clarkes Road

Black Government Continues to Ignore BLACKman – Permanent Secretary Mark Cummins Sent 5th Request for Redress @Clarke’s Road

Mr. Mark Cummins Permanent Secretary Ministry Of Transport, Works and Maintenance The Pine St. Michael May 22, 2019 Dear Mr. Cummins Please accept this 5th  letter only by email  Sir, With no acknowledgement from you to date, from my 4 previous email letters to your official email address at MTW&M, and due to the facts that as a victim of

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A BLACKman Forced to Beg Prime Minister Mottley

  Prime Minister Hon Ms. Mia Amor Mottley QC MP. Government Headquarters Bay Street, St. Michael May 14, 2019   Dear Hon. Prime Minister ‘ Please accept this 2nd letter only by email  Hon. Prime Minister, With no responses to date I am again requesting your intervention in obtaining an urgent remedy pertaining to an illegally placed private road across,

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Open Letter to Permanent Secretary Mark Cummins

  Mr. Mark Cummins Permanent Secretary Ministry Of Transport, Works And Maintenance The Pine St. Michael April 10,2019. Please Accept 3rd letter Only By Email Dear Mr. Cummins This email is to inform the Ministry of Transport, Works and Maintenance, through you, that unless I get a response I will be seeking recourse from the Law Courts of Barbados. I

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Qualified Engineer Grenville Phillips contradicts Facts @Clarke’s Road

Submitted by Alden Blackman Why would Grenville Phillips, a Qualified Engineer contradicts a facts as to the Dangerous situation posed by a Watercourse in Clarke’s Road St. James? I received a message from Mr Phillips Monday – he stated, “I am aware of the situation, and investigated the problem. The main problem is that someone constructed a masonry wall inside

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Is Chief Town Planner Blocking BLACKman’s Fight for Justice @Clarke’s Road?

One comment posted to the Nation newspaper Online edition (see below) summarizes the plight of Arden Blackman from Clark’s Road, St. James. The story of Arden Blackman has been ventilated on Barbados Underground, Facebook and there was a piece done by Roy Morris before he was fired by the Nation newspaper. It boggles the mind that a government elected to

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Open Letter to Mr. Kerrie Symmonds – The Lack of Representation by MP for St.James Central

Submitted by Alden Blackman Sir, this is the second time in the past 15 years the BLP is the Government of Barbados and you as a Minister and MP for St. James Central. Yet with the knowledge of and repeated promises, you have failed to obtain a correction to the dangerous situation of an “illegal encroachment” by an Ex-pat White land

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A BLACKman’s Plight in a Case Versus Pat Brayshaw and Government –the Clarke’s Road Saga continues

  The actions by MTW officials affiliated with a DLP Minister has allowed a reportedly wealthy and WHITE landowner by the name of PAT BRAYSHAW of Palm Paradise Guest House and Apartment in Chapel Gap, Paynes Bay, St. James to make an illegal pathway across a known watercourse located between Chapel Gap and Clarke’s Road, St. James. Boulders  were utilized

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Minister Denis Lowe Resignation MUST be on the Table -Flooding @Clarkes Road. St. James – GOD Bless BIM on Independence Day

Minister of Drainage Denis Lowe needs to go. There has been no improvement in the task to alleviate flooding in Barbados since his appointment. In fact, it has gotten worse. Surely it is time for commonsense to prevail and for the Prime Minister to give the opportunity to another person to bring a fresh approach to the job? Unfortunately we

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Alden BLACKman Continues the Fight Against Government for Justice: Chief Technical Officer of MTW Abuse of Authority

Submitted by Alden Blackman February 15, 2016 Mr. Frank Thornhill Chief Technical Officer (CTO) Ministry Of Transport and Works (MTW) After months of leaving several messages, I finally got the opportunity to have a conversation with you on Wednesday 3rd February 2016, during which you acknowledge there is an illegal private road obstructing the watercourse at Clarke’s Road, Derricks, St.

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