It was good to see the police and EMA taking proactive measures to deal with fireworks users especially the scratch bombs unlike previous years where they simply said they will not answer calls to the effect. Fireworks this year was not as bad as the last two years at least not in my area. My only complaint is they do not know when to stop. By 1am fire works should stop but instead they go on and on until 2am. How did the fireworks affect you this year?
I just learned through TV6 that the EMA does not have fireworks within its noise pollution policy. Although they said they are willing to amend it one would think that the ridiculous amount of noise from fireworks and scratch bombs would be automatically be considered. On another note the government is looking to ban fireworks from residential areas. That is fine but how do they plan to enforce it?
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We break from Celebrating With Fireworks In Trinidad & Tobago to share learning from way back when: Today is: 24th April (GMT), in history on the 24th of April, 1955 AD the following event happened: Conference of Bandung against colonialism / for self determination, ends
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