About a month ago, DBS reported that the parliamentary representative for Choiseul had finally remedied the silting problem at the Choiseul Fisheries. The interpretation by many listeners, especially Choiseulians was that this perennial sand problem at the fisheries complex was "gone for good".
But hardly a month has gone by and the problem has worsened and the fisherman are back to "square one".
|All the boats are back on the shore again|
|The "mound of sand" at the entrance of the pond is back again, perhaps more conspicuous than ever before|
|Naturally, the pond is empty again|
|This promontory only added insult to injury. It has accelerated the accumulation of silt in the pond|
|The silting problem is a lot bigger than we think!|
Meanwhile help on its way from Kent Adonaie who promised to contract the services of an excavator to help clear the entrance to the pond. Thank you Kent for helping us and may God bless you!
Meanwhile, Choiseulians are curious about the excavator donated to Choiseul by the Japanese to help the fisherman in that regard. They want to know the whereabouts of it.
After all, a gift to the natives is not a gift to the district rep.
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