Castries mayor concerned about student loitering


By CCC (PRESS RELEASE) — Mayor of Castries, His Worship Peterson D. Francis, hopes that the new normal will deter the longstanding practice of loitering in the city of Castries. Mayor Francis made the comments as schools on the island opened their doors after an over five-month period of disruption due to the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking to the current situation the Castries Mayor observed that loitering has always been an issue. He stated that all we can do is wait and hope that common sense and good judgement on the part of students prevail. “Based on what I have seen,
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