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LED Lights Installed Along The Elegant Corridor

Tourism Roundup | August 11, 2015
Road users should find it easier to travel along Montego Bay’s Elegant Corridor at nights following the installation of lights along the thoroughfare.The LED lamps were installed at a cost of Two Hundred and Seventy Two point one million dollars with financing from the Tourism Enhancement Fund TEF
Presenter: Athaliah Reynolds-Baker
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