Residents of the Pointe Simon building without an elevator for 6 months

Residents of the Pointe Simon building without an elevator for 6 months
Residents of the Pointe Simon building without an elevator for 6 months

Residents of the Pointe Simon building (Simar social building located in Fort-de-France, near the Levassor Canal) are once again stepping up to denounce degraded living conditions.

They cite problems of unsanitary conditions and insecurity, but above all unfulfilled promises to repair the elevator.

6 months ago, a series of meetings with SIMAR were held to set the repair schedule.

But, to the great dismay of residents (especially those on the top floors), the situation is still the same.

A fed up

A hassle that Fred, resident of this buildingagreed to share.

On a daily basis, it is very difficult. Ultimately, it’s complicated because when we leave home, we have to leave and come back only once. We also have adults who cannot leave their homes and provide care. There is a lack of communication. We are promised that the elevator will be repaired, we are given a deadline but ultimately this elevator is not repaired as planned and we receive no word of apology.

For him, the inaction of SIMAR leaders has lasted too long.

Indeed, there will be meetings planned. But I have the impression that we are taken for cash cows. They accept but do not take into account the possible problems that we have on a daily basis. We’re really fed up


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