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New Terminal progress halted until fire escape is designed

Abaconians can expect more delays for the Leonard M. Thompson International Airport. While we have received several completion dates for the new airport terminal, The Abaconian understands that the terminal was last inspected by a fire expert whose findings revealed that there is no emergency fire escape in the building. Therefore, this relevant security measure must be designed and added to the existing structure, which poses another unexpected

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Pothole relief comes as asphalt paving begins in earnest

One day after a story ran in The Tribune concerning the deplorable condition of the roads in Central Abaco, workmen were seen patching potholes in the areas of most concern on Queen Elizabeth Drive and Don MacKay Boulevard in Marsh Harbour. Simmons Construction and Heavy Equipment Ltd., to whom the road paving contract in Central Abaco was given, redirected their work crew to give attention to areas that contained many potholes, filling them with asphalt and then steam-rolling to pack the patches.

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North Abaco experiences budget cut woes

A press conference was called on Sept. 12 by Gary Smith, Chief Councillor for the North Abaco District Council, regarding the July 2013 budget cut for North Abaco that totaled 25.2 percent. Smith was joined by Garneth Edgecombe, chairman for Cooper’s Town; and Clyde Cornish, council member.

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BahamasAir discontinues flights into Treasure Cay

Beginning in September, BahamasAir halted flights into and out of Treasure Cay Airport. Whether the halt is temporary or permanent is yet to be seen. Member of Parliament for North Abaco, Renardo Curry, expects it to only be temporary during the “slow season” and said he has been advocating for flights to resume.

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MP Curry holds North Abaco Town Meeting

Minister of Parliament for North Abaco, Renardo Curry held a town meeting in Cooper’s Town September 12 to speak on a number of issues including the North Abaco Port which is expected to begin construction as early as December this year. At the meeting, which was attended by over 150 residents, Mr. Curry spoke about recent budget cuts, particularly to Local Government’s budget, and that he had advocated against it, “but finances are tight due to high debt in the country.”

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Sands Beer makes donation to Cooper’s Town Library, Computer Lab

In July, Bahamian Brewery & Beverage Co. (BBB), and Sands Beer held their Sands Man in the Boat Sculling Championship with a Sculling Boat Motorcade that led to the Treasure Cay Public Beach. The event was outfitted with an E-class and junior sailing category and a sculling competition. However, the participants were not the only ones to walk away with grand prizes.

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Surprise fire drills carried out in Central Abaco

Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue (MHVFR) along with local Fire Authority Sgt. Paul Johnson carried out surprise fire drills at a number of schools and government buildings on September 12 and 19 in order to assess fire readiness and give suggestions with a view to saving lives in the event of a fire. The month of September has been designated as “Fire Safety & Awareness Month”; this is an annual event promoted by the Royal Bahamas Police Force Fire Services.

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