By Mark Gray
Sinoe County District#1Representative and Chairperson of the Sinoe Legislative Caucus, Crayton Duncan has begun the dedication of fifteen “self-Sponsored projects” across the County.
Rep. Duncan began the project’s dedication on Sunday, November 29, 2020, in Togbaville, Siquin Statutory District with the turning over of a 10-classroom modern facility to the people of the district to be used by the senior high division of the Gee-Troh Public School.
The facility will be added to the 6 rooms annex constructed by UNDP in 2007, making it the first high school in the Sequin Statutory District.
In continuation of his dedication, the Lawmaker also turned over an equipped theater to be used as a town hall for the people of Jacksonville in electoral district #3. Additionally, he dedicated a youth center and an attached four-bed rooms guest house to the people of Butaw Administrative district. Another youth center was also dedicated in Murraysville Township.
The Sinoe County Legislative caucus chair continues Tuesday, December 1, 2020, by turning over two well-furbished markets in Greenville, along with an eight-bed rooms guesthouse in Seebeh community, Greenville.
The dedication of projects, according to the lawmaker, will continue throughout this week as he is set to travel to electoral district#2 where few other projects are pending dedication.
According to Representative Duncan, his goal of extending development in every part of Sinoe and vision of a well develop Sinoe has no hidden agenda, contrary to reports that he is aspiring for the Senatorial seat in 2023, but to rather leave a legacy.
Residents of Sinoe have continues to praise the effort of the lawmaker for his developmental agenda. They believe that this is the kind of leader they need to transform the county.