Councillors decry delay in F/town developments

Councillors in Francistown City Council chamber. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
Councillors in Francistown City Council chamber. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: Councillors here have expressed their unhappiness with the slow progress of development projects around the city saying that the original timelines for the completion of the projects are never adhered to.

This was during the first day of the full council meeting on Monday.

The councillors emphasised that they are not supposed to be lamenting on delayed projects, but rather discussing implementation of new ones. These projects include among others, Francistown-Tonota road project, which stands at  65% completion and is expected to be completed by November, the Francistown stadium, and maintenance of schools, pothole patching and maintenance of streetlights.

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