Today May 11th, 2016 marks one year since a number of Salisbury residents took to the streets in protest action for their roads to be addressed.
After several failed attempts to get the DLP administration to pay attention to their village and feeder roads, the residents engaged in a ten hour protest action.
They blocked off the main highway connecting Roseau and Portsmouth with old vehicles and appliances, debris and tree branches halting traffic on that side of the island.
The situation later escalated when police officers in military fatigue used full force to break down the barricades set up by protesters. With no solution being brought forward the residents engaged in further action one month later.
Since then, over 50 Salisbury residents has been taken before the courts for this action which has been condemned by those in authority.
While the court process continues, residents may finally get their concerns addressed as the Government last week signed contracts to rehabilitate ten feeder roads including the Mero-Cuba-Salisbury road.
Here's a recount from that day's event.
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