As I write this post, it is raining cat and dogs. I pity the people whom I write on their behalf
Residents from fifteen households have been airing their frustration at not having a footpath constructed in the La We Derriere area - a small enclave in Roblot.
The residents of this enclave - forty to be precise have from times immemorial begging for a footpath - 65 m long. The unpaved track on which they trod has become something that persons in this twenty-first century should not have to endure. The soil texture in Roblot is nothing new to many person around St. Lucia, and one knows what this soil does to whatever it comes in contact with. Now that the rainy season is upon us, the residents are having a hard time going to work.
As was mentioned in a post on the Delcer Footpath, persons have to use two pairs of shoes when going to work or any other business activity which have to take them out of Roblot - one to trod the muddy track and the other to use when on the main road to get to work, school or whatever their mission. This cannot be allowed to continue.
The residents are in the process of preparing a proposal to address their concerns to the relevant authorities for assistance.
Pics shown here are the conditions which these persons have to endure.
EMBARRASING? You decide!