In their final meeting for 2017 on December 7, members of the Central Abaco District Council expressed frustrations over many issues within their three townships: Marsh Harbour, Dundas Town and Murphy Town. The Council invited guests to discuss some of these problems. They included Kimbilee Wells of Environmental Health, building …
Central Abaco District Councillor, George Cornish, said that while the landfill may never have been run exactly as it ought to have been, since the Department of Health and Environment took responsibility for the maintenance and upkeep in 2013 conditions have worsened.
The Central Abaco District Council met on November 24 and were informed that their budgets would go back to normal this month with their proper allocations expected to return by the beginning of next year.
The Central Abaco District Council held it monthly meeting on September 17.
The Central Abaco District Council held its monthly meeting on August 28. The first matter concerned the bathrooms at Crossing Beach that need extensive repairs. The Marsh Harbour Town Committee does not have the funds for repairs although it does have the funding for daily cleaning. The bathrooms need new toilets, urinals, basins, additional tile and new doors. The Town Committee estimates that the repairs will cost $4,000 which the Town Committee is asking the Council to fund. The restrooms are used by taxi drivers, passengers on the ferries and the customers of a restaurant located adjacent to the bathroom.