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Letters to the Editor

Response to Simon’s Little Harbour Letter

Simon, it’s always a pleasure to read your letters – they are so well written. However, I would like to correct a couple of misapprehensions you seem to have.

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A Response to Mr. Curry

Please allow me to respond to a recent letter in The Abaconian “Road Work to Begin in Green Turtle Cay Soon”. Sir, I find it amusing that after almost three years our MP and Government finally realize that our roads are in need of paving.

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Bullied at the Airport

We are 35 year second-homeowner veterans to Marsh Harbour. As you can imagine, much has changed over the last 35 years. A lot of it has been great…..the grocery store, the roads (for the most part), the number of flights in and out, etc. I know, I know, a lot of you are sitting there going "these have improved??? "

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Response to Jan 1 Letter “Speaking My Mind”

I would like to make a few comments to the Letter to the Editor in the Abaconian’s Jan 1, 2016 issue, ‘Speaking My Mind.’

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Concerned or Selfish in Little Harbour?

Please allow me space in your paper to add my two cents to the issue of Little Harbour and the current effort to exclude new arrivals.

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Praising Good Service

Dear Editor, One the night of June 18th, the electricity went off in Cherokee. I waited for about an hour and half before I called the BEC emergency number. The number rang and rang, no answer. I called again a few minutes later, same result. I then called the Wilson …

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Excuses and Frustrations

Thanks to you for trying to advise your people that they are bringing so much harm to their selves and their families, and their lifestyle by the "finger pointing, but not my fault" attitude that seems to be corrupting, nay, ruining your country.

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Bonefishing Laws Don’t Just Hurt Tourists

I am a second home owner in Treasure Cay. I have always enjoyed and respected your editorials on the local scene. I am a huge fan of the Abaconian.

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Taxes are Losing The Bahamas Money

Wouldn't it be better for the Bahamas to collect $12,000 than nothing? Why not give second homeowners like myself who already pay property tax and tax on everything else we consume here some consideration in the purchase of a new boat and collect some tax revenue rather than collect nothing? Hopefully the government will address this and not continue to be "penny-wise and pound-foolish"!

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Boat Security Should be Duty Free

Can somebody please tell me where the real crime is here??

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