Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Protesting residents in trinidad rejects MASTS

a young protestor

ANGRY Curepe (North-Central-Trinidad) residents staged a Sunday afternoon placard demonstration to protest the erection of a cell tower between Bellesmythe and Mc Inroy Streets.

The residents claimed that unknown to them, a group of workmen entered the area and erected part of a cell tower a few weeks ago.

The cell tower erection is expected to be completed soon, but residents fear for their safety. They are putting things in place to ensure that the cell tower is removed.

Armed with their placards, the protestors made up of women, children and men, chanted, “we want no cell tower in Curepe.”

full story-NEWSDAY


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