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Name: George Title: Local flooding Comments: - Page 4 - Trinidad, Tobago / Caribbean - Posted: 30th Oct, 2017 - 4:36am

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Poll: What are your MAIN thoughts about Flooding in Trinidad & Tobago?
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  People cause there own troubles by building in flood prone areas       66.67%
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  The government has inadequate infrastructure to deal with flooding       16.67%
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  People congest the drains, rivers and cause flooding       16.67%
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  Flooding is an act of God and nothing can be done to stop it       0.00%
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  The government needs to enforce building codes       0.00%
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Discuss  Flooding In Trinidad & Tobago Just imagine that a little bit of rain falls and your home or the streets are totally flooded out. Drainage in Trinidad and Tobago is terrible and the excess of refuse seems to be no help to it. Will there ever be relief?
Post Date: 20th Oct, 2017 - 5:10pm / Post ID: #

Flooding In Trinidad & Tobago - Page 4

Name: Ashton
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Title: Rainfall/flooding

Comments: One has to wonder why this surprise regarding the excessive flooding on the island. We pride ourselves as being 'educated' yet- over the years we have allowed developers and greedy politicians to turn a blind eye to the destruction of natural vegetation, land formations and water courses. We have 'qualified engineers' 'qualified environmentalists', 'qualified land developers'. 'qualified inspectors'. Yet NONE have been able to stop this ongoing rape of the island's natural defence to flooding, hurricanes.
We will soon face 'starvation'. This has nothing to do with hard working men and women of island- but all to do with the 'educated' blinded by greed, money, power, corruption and envy.

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Post Date: 23rd Oct, 2017 - 4:17am / Post ID: #

Tobago and Trinidad Flooding

Name: George

Title: PM touring the flooded areas

Comments: The announcement that the Prime Minister is going to take a trip around the flooded areas is late in coming .I suppose he was hoping the problem will subside and it will all be forgotten. He should have been touring the affected areas days ago. Typical of what goes on here in our politics.

Post Date: 30th Oct, 2017 - 4:36am / Post ID: #

Flooding In Trinidad & Tobago Caribbean / Tobago & Trinidad

Name: George

Title: Local flooding

Comments: According to the world's leading meteorologists, there are much more floods and whether havoc in the pipeline because of global warming. In the light of what is happening here now with regards to local flooding, my advise to the government is to shelf all plans for the building of new roads, especially roads in areas which are liable to be flooded. The money allocated for these projects should now be spent on dredging and widening our rivers, making new water canals for channeling water away from inhabited areas, repairing and maintaining present roads in a proper manner.The writing of future flooding problems on this island is now clearly written on the wall. It pointless blaming others for such disasters when no preventable measures for such unexpected and sudden event were in place.

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