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Barbados TodayNo more hellBarbados TodayBarbados TODAY understands that the plan now is for the canal to be cleaned every six months. Residents said they were hopeful that will materialize. But they also expressed concern that because there was no clea…


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No more hell
Barbados Today
Barbados TODAY understands that the plan now is for the canal to be cleaned every six months. Residents said they were hopeful that will materialize. But they also expressed concern that because there was no clear path for the water to flow in the

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