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Time for action!

This refers to 'Good laws but...' (GDN, February 12) and the reply from the Capital Trustees authority on March 5. Please see this picture in the same area -- Block 302, Sa'sa Avenue Manama. Parking spaces are blocked with gas cylinders and steel bars in a concrete bucket. Where will residents park their cars?

The exhaust is left open and kitchen smoke is thrown out directly on pedestrians. Also water tanks kept on the slab have no ground support. How long will it support this much weight?

I request the authorities concerned to do the needful before an accident takes place.

In this area many restaurants are open 24 hours. Have they taken permission from the authorities? Residents are fed up with this type of illegal activities.

We really wonder how such things are happening under the nose of Manama Municipality's head office?

Strong action and a fine by the authorities can stop this. But... who will take action?

A frustrated resident

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Publication:Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)
Date:Apr 15, 2015
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