Adrian King’s 79th minute goal earned Boys’ Town a 1-1 draw with Rivoli United in their Red Stripe Premier League game at Barbican play field yesterday.Corey Burke had earlier fired the visitors ahead in the 51st minute with his league leading 11th goal of the season. However, minutes later, he wasted a great opportunity to add to his tally when he failed to convert a penalty.Yesterday’s point lifted Boys’ Town one place to seventh and Rivoli stayed tenth with 14 points after yesterday’s early match.King was disappointed that Boys’ Town did not go on to bag all three points after his equaliser.”We were a bit disappointing in the first-half and squandered a number of good chances,” he said.The former Bridgeport High Manning Cup player has become a fan favourite since joining the ‘Red Brigade’ this season and although he believes he should have scored more he is satisfied with his contribution.”I feel pleased within myself, I just want to continue the hard work so I can stand out in games,” King said. He has promised to improve on his accuracy in front of goal to pull Boys’ Town out of the bottom half of the table.”We are not pleased with the position that we are in. We should have been up more, but we need to score more,” he added.Boys’ Town were the better team in the first-half but wasted their chances. Six minutes into the second-half they were made to pay when Burke dribbled fired a low shot past goalkeeper Kirk Porter.With just over ten minutes to go King broke away and calmly slotted past Marlon Henry for the equaliser.Other results: UWI FC 1 (Deno Schaffe 38th) Waterhouse 0; Cavalier 2 (Donovan Alvaranga 33rd, Nicholas Hamilton 62nd) Portmore United 1 (Mallique Foster 80th).
“This information assists us with organizing patrols, looking at problem area and applying proactive enforcement strategies,” Rogers writes.These statistics are broken down into four different categories; animal control, unsightly premises, traffic bylaw and other bylaws, each of which have a variety of subsections (which are attached to the bottom of this article).Within all of the subsections, only three bylaw concerns have risen instead of fallen, according to the report. These include files investigated into unsightly premises, which rose from 102 instances in 2012 to 111 in 2013. Snow removal complaints rose from 32 to 36, while general parking complaints only saw an increase from 264 to 265.- Advertisement -“[Unsightly premises] includes empty lots, residential, commercial area and it also includes complaints on noxious weeds, garbage and garbage carts,” Rogers goes on to write. “We are looking at improving the Unsightly Premises Bylaw, changing it to a Property Standards Bylaw.”Rogers adds, “This will assist the department in dealing with the various derelict and poorly maintained units in the city.”Some other points of interest include the decrease of dogs impounded, which changed from 153 in 2013 to 131 in 2014.Advertisement Also, the amount of parking tickets issued decreased from 546 to 420, but the per cent paid dropped from 73 to 65 per cent.“We are working hard to switch the old and out-of-date parking meter mechanisms to new and improved digital units which are easier to read.”