The action was taken in an attempt to make the community safer for the residents, particularly schoolchildren, a release from the Ministry noted.
The residents, during the meeting held with Minister Patterson on November 29, 2015, had the opportunity to voice their issues and solutions for the community.
Among the problems outlined was the lack of streetlights in the area. Many residents expressed concern for the safety of late workers and schoolchildren and opined that streetlights would go a far way in reducing crime.
“Hence, MPI saw it fit to provide the community with this much-needed infrastructure. On Sunday December 6, 2015, a total of nine 250W lamps were installed, from the Prison Road to the Amerijet Junction,” the Ministry noted.