– Winifred Haywood re-elected as NA MayorNew Councillors were on Wednesday installed in two of the three municipalities in Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne).The town of Rose Hall has both a new Mayor and Deputy Mayor, while New Amsterdam has a new Deputy Mayor, after Winifred Haywood was re-elected Mayor. The new Mayor of Rose Hall is Chattregoon Ramnauth and Deonauth Harrynarine is the Deputy Mayor.Newly elected Rose Hall Mayor, Chattregoon Ramnauth (seated centre) with members of the new CouncilThe new Mayor of Rose Hall says high on list of priorities will be to ensure the town has an improved garbage collection system. “The garbage collection system has to be more effective,” he said. Ramnauth also said the Council will not be increasing property taxes under his tenure as Mayor.However, several streets will be rehabilitated along with the drains.The Mayor-elect said a plan to ensure that residents pay their property taxes at the existing rates is in the making, with a campaign to be launched in January next year. He said financial statements of the Council’s accounts will be printed and placed at prominent locations as from next year.The 69-year-old Mayor-elect further stated that he is looking forward to the cooperation and support of all Councillors.The full Council is Mayor Ramnauth; Deputy Mayor Harrynarine; Arthur Fraser, Roydel Lewis, Elvis Punch, Vedwatie Ramnarine, Arjune Sammy, Rakhram Srikishen, David Fraser, Winston Hole, Boybert Bisram, Gaitree Sheonarine, Igram Rodney, Dave Budhu and Sandra Chisholm.Meanwhile, lead Councillor for the A Partnership for National Unity (APNU), Winston Hope congratulated the new Mayor and Deputy Mayor.Hope said the APNU side of the house is there to work together for the development of the town. He said they will support any programme which they think will benefit residents of the township.Meanwhile, in New Amsterdam, Winifred Haywood was re-elected Mayor, while the town has a new Deputy Mayor in Wainright McIntouch.APNU has 10 seats on the Council; the People’s Progressive Party, three; and the Alliance For Change (AFC), one.The full Council is Pullian Shultz, Buster Wright, Sheenta Lambert, Quacy Isaacs, Zabarally Armogan, Olga Stephens, Patrica Lynch, Winifred Haywood, Esan Vanderstoop, Keith Myers, Wainright McIntouch, Nalini Tahal and Kirk Fraser.Mayor Haywood said it is her hope that the new Councillors will serve faithfully.
160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! BERKELEY – Ryan Anderson converted a three-point play with 1:01 remaining and California ended a six-game losing streak by beating slumping No. 15 Oregon 63-61 Thursday night. The Golden Bears (13-12, 5-8 Pac-10) held Oregon (20-6, 8-6) scoreless for the final 4:31 of the game, including misses by Bryce Taylor and Chamberlain Oguchi in the final seconds. David Teague scored a career-high 32 points to help the Boilermakers end a five-game losing streak. At Purdue 81, No. 24 Indiana 68
FREE shots in this popular bar tonight if Manchester United lose to CSKA Moscow.A popular Donegal bar are giving away FREE shots if Manchester United lose their Champions League match against CSKA Moscow tonight.Management at Casadh An TSúgáin are offering patrons a FREE shot if Manchester United lose against their Russian opponents in tonight’s crunch clash in Moscow.Casadh An TSúgáin is located in the heart of Loughanure and is renowned for its fantastic coverage of all sports – and is usually packed for Champions League matches. However, a few more may put their head through the door tonight – especially if Manchester United are hurtling towards defeat against CSKA Moscow.The man responsible for the promotional offer Ruairí White – who is a massive Liverpool fan told Donegal Daily, “We giving all patrons a FREE shot if Manchester United lose tonight.“If tonight’s defeat resulted in their exit from the competition – we would give customers a FREE pint and a FREE shot.“However, it’s too early for that yet, but that offer WILL be available later in either the group stages, or the KO stages of the Champions League! It’s safe to say the owners of the bar and employees aren’t fond of Louis Van Gaal’s side.Supporters of Manchester United in the locality may avoid the bar tonight!The bar is owned by former Donegal player Stephen Cassidy, who is the elder brother of two-time All-Star Kevin Cassidy.Both are massive Celtic supporters and we doubt a similar offer will be available tomorrow night if Celtic fail to beat Molde FC in Norway in the Europa League!Ruairí also quipped, “There’s no point in running the same promotional offer for Liverpool’s Europa League match tomorrow – as Liverpool will win with ease in Jurgen Klopp’s first game at Anfield!” PUNTERS IN ONE DONEGAL BAR ARE PRAYING FOR A MANCHESTER UNITED DEFEAT! was last modified: October 21st, 2015 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:FeaturesnewsSport