The now former St John Primary school building is to be upgraded to a temporary hospital. Funds have been approved for the project and restoration work is set to get underway.
A comprehensive range of matters is being addressed by a private sector grouping. The group is collaborating with government to establish modes of assistance to the sector which has been hard hit by three relocations and face the possibility of having to decentralize businesses into the safe zone of the north.
Road repairs for Montserrat have been discussed in talks with the British government and the European Union. Additional equipment is being sourced for the island's lone hot mix plant which is located in the designated unsafe zone.
A routine management meeting of key sector managers and government ministers, chaired by His Excellency the Governor, yesterday received a progress report on a range of issues including PWD projects, EOC operations, Health sector responses and Education.
School is underway for upper forms of the Montserrat Secondary School. Overseas exams are scheduled to begin on April 25th, 1996.
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