A man employed as a truck driver with the San Fernando City Corporation, has found and handed over to police, a gun, which was discovered while he was working in the San Fernando area.
Police say the 45-year-old Pleasantville man was driving a City Corporation vehicle, around 8am on Monday 10th April, 2017, when he observed a silver object resembling a firearm on the roadway, along Circular Road, San Fernando.
Workers at the San Fernando Corporation are threatening to withhold the collection of garbage in schools across San Fernando, in protest over a decision to cut the number of casual workers hired by the corporation.
The San Fernando City Corporation announced recently that it is cutting its contingent of casual daily-paid workers by 60 for the upcoming fortnight, based on a need to cut costs.
Today workers took to Carib Street in San Fernando to protest the decision.
The San Fernando City Corporation is warning burgesses to clean their properties from anything that mosquitoes inhabit, or face penalties of $1000 and above.
The Corporation will begin putting up notices on Monday, giving burgesses one week to clear their properties.
The announcement came via a statement to the media this afternoon: