Posted: Wednesday, March 23, 2022. 12:23 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: The Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Housing (MIDH) is calling attention to the work it does outside of major projects on the highways and by-ways.
Teams across the country have been carrying out the Ministry’s mandates of keeping our roads upgraded and all Belizeans connected.
In Libertad, Corozal District, a team has been grading streets and maintaining street sides, and also doing a little patching while we’re there.
On the Guinea Grass Road in Orange Walk District, teams have been making sure that the shoulders of the road are maintained – graded, cleared, and free of debris to improve visibility for drivers and improve road safety. In this area, the Ministry said, “We continue to ask all residents in these communities to assist us by not throwing or dumping garbage on the sides of the road.”
And last but not least there is work ongoing in the Belize River Valley as the Ministry explains: “Belize River Valley residents are getting used to seeing us on their road, and for sure they appreciate the consistent effort our teams put in. This one crew in Rancho Dolores is doing some heavy grading to make the road and shoulders level for motorists who use it daily. We’ll continue to work for our residents in every community because we’re all in this together.”
The Ministry is responsible for the upkeep and building of Belize’s connections major and minor and ensuring that we are sheltered at home and on the road.
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