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PM ‘CONSIDERING’ RELOCATING CCSS

Prime minister Allen Chastanet on 30 October confirmed his cabinet is considering relocating the Castries Comprehensive Secondary School [CCSS]. The prime minister cited the aging building plant, estimated refurbishing costs exceeding XCD $10 million dollars and traffic concerns for a possible relocation move. He dismissed suggestions of a potential conflict of interest over the alleged sale of the lands for commercial development. The neighboring properties are owned by the prime minister’s in-laws and father.

 

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