The President of the Cavalla Rubber Company Workers Union in Plebo, Sodoken district has urged officials of the Maryland Legislature Caucus to join hands with the management of the CRC to build the county. Speaking to our correspondent in Monrovia when he visited the offices of The New Dawn, Augustine Saydee said that some members of said caucus are against the presence of the Cavalla Rubber Company in Pleebo.
This, according to him, has brought division amongst Marylanders something, he said could hamper the development of Maryland.
“This kind of behavior will only make things difficult for the ordinary citizens who are getting job opportunity because of the presence of CRC in the county. I don’t think personal interest should be put before the interest of the county.”
Augustine Saydee disclosed that there are several projects the Cavalla Rubber Company intends to undertake in the county.
“These are things that will benefit the entire population of Maryland.” He said. Among the projects Augustine is talking about, are the renovation of housing units, the renovation of hospitals, schools, as well as the rebuilding of roads.
“The General Manager of CRC, John Barkemeni, has given scholarship to 21 students to freely attend the Tubman University. A new factory will be opened and this factory will process rubbers, additional rubbers are planted.” Augustine said.
The leadership of the workers union of Cavalla Rubber Company has a composition of 800 members. he entire work force of the company is estimated at 1,175.
The President of the union told the New Dawn that since its establishment, everything discussed with the management has been given a favorable answer.
“Workers have received bicycle and motorbikes to enable them be on time at work.” He said.