Renovation of roads around Gozo Hospital should be of high standard
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“Ghajn Qatet Street in Victoria, Gozo, is a fairly important street. Many use it as it joins up Victoria with various towns and places of work.
It is important for me because I live in it, but most of all because it is the road most used by the Hospital Ambulances, after the Arch Bishop Pietru Pace street, or maybe it is equally used as the foremost.
Ambulances needs easy access and smooth roads and as the hospital is ever manifesting greater ambiance and quality, it is as imperative that the roads surrounding the hospital be renovated to complement the high standards such a hospital deserves.
I applaud Minister Justyne Caruana for her ongoing effort to make true the Tramps slogan that Gozo is a Diamond in the middle of the Mediterranean.
Ghajn Qatet Street will soon be widened from those awful protruding rubble walls and be made two ways for easy access of habitats and commuters alike.”
Photograph by Anthony Zammit