Entrepreneur rehabilitates roads in Munder

Ondernemer rehabiliteert wegen ressort Munder


Rehabilitation work was carried out on several roads in the Munder resort over the past weekend. During these two days, 7 roads were sanded and leveled by Ring Harbor real estate developer. It is an allocation project in Suriname, extending from the Ring Road to the rear of the Chiragali project. It is spread over an area of ​​35 hectares.

In view of the fact that local residents often complained about poor roads, members of the district council wrote a letter to the Surinamese Ministry of Public Works. A 2-ton pickup was made available, following which the Zilla Parishad members started looking for sponsors.

Entrepreneur Joel Terzol of Ring Harbor real estate developer was ready to support. “Mr Terzol has deployed his machines and has over 120 cubic meters of shale sand to level the roads,” says Jiten Bisser, president of the district council of Munder. “Nothing has been done on these roads for almost 10 years. Now we are trying to solve the problems of the people together with the ministry. Discharge will also be addressed soon,” he assured. A proposal has also been given to the ministry to make roads pucca.

Entrepreneur Terzol is also a citizen of this jurisdiction. “My father is from Charlesburg. As a little boy I spent many hours in these streets and so I want to give something back to the neighborhood,” he says. “The narrow streets have received little attention lately. We fill it with equal shell sand. And a tractor will then smooth out the material. We don’t look at the costs, because it’s worth the neighborhood,” Terzol says.

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Paramaribo North-East District Commissioner Ricardo Bhola thanked the entrepreneur for serving the residents of Munder. “My congratulations to the Zilla Parishad members who serve the society every day. Residents can be proud to have members of the Zilla Parishad who make their Sunday sacrifices. I’m glad we got help from the entrepreneur Terzol. A person who is selflessly committed to upgrade Mundeer,” said the mayor, who is also from the area.

“The road is now neatly flat. There is sewerage problem and there is no street light. We will sit down with the district and district councilors and the Public Works Minister to see how we can ensure that the sewage is exhausted.

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