iciHaiti - Petit-Goâve : The Feast of Our Lady of the Assumption went well
In addition, he invited the population to unite, to work together to rebuild Haiti and to fight against our discord.
At the end of the solemn mass of the feast of Notre Dame de l'Assomption in Petit-Goâve, the interim municipal cartel gave a press briefing at the Fort-Royal hotel in Petit-Goâve.
Junior Bonheur, the Mayor of Petit-Goâve seated alongside his 2 deputies was very determined to move the city forward and declared "We are a team of dedicated workers and servants, guided by the spirit of progress and results. What matters to us is the advancement of the city [...] we have come to work, to advance the city and make it what it once was, a beautiful, clean, welcoming city where it is. pleasant to live in, a city where security reigns, a city where you can move around in peace. We grew up in Petit-Goâve, we know how it was in the past," before continuing "we ask everyone to contribute, to participate in the beautification and cleaning work of the city. We ask them to protect the lampposts, to keep their neighborhood clean and not to throw rubbish on the public highway. Sanctions will be taken against all those who throw rubbish in the streets."
In addition, Mayor Bonheur announced that very soon many projects will be carried out in Petit-Goâve by firms from Port-au-Prince, appointed by the central power. The Town Hall will have the task of supervising them. but will not receive any funds related to these projects.
Mayor Bonheur thanked the diaspora for their words of encouragement and congratulations regarding the sanitation work undertaken in the city. He indicated, among other things, that if a member of the Diaspora of Petit-Goâve wants to help the city, he can do so by sending us materials or equipment by boat, specifying that the municipal cartel did not intend to receive directly from individual financial contribution.
Sunday August 16, despite the Covid-19 health crisis which affected the displacement in large numbers of visitors, members of the diaspora and pilgrims, the celebration of the feast of Notre-Dame de Petit-Goâve took place in a festive spirit and without incident.
Everywhere, from the public beach Bon repos (La Hatte) to downtown, the atmosphere was festive in a clean city. The public square had been rehabilitated and embellished. Streetlights installed on the EDH poles in some streets and the electricity was more or less restored to the satisfaction of more than one.
In the evening the Town Hall of Petit-Goâve returned to the Notre Dame Festival on the Place des Abeilles
IH/ iciHaiti / Guyto Mathieu (Correspondent Petit-Goâve)