I picked up a copy of your paper at the airport on the way out, and read with interest the leader on the forthcoming elections, noting that your brother was a candidate. In fact the name Albury cropped up in one or two other places as well, so I assume there are long historical connections with the Abacos.
I would like to bring to your attention the unattractive- appearance of down-town Marsh Harbour with respect to the garbage which is thrown on the street and around the Union Jack Dock, and the unauthorized parking on the sides of the road leading to Maxwells Supermarket. Further, the road side verges, flowers, shrubs and signage which we constantly have to replace, is being destroyed by the volume of foot traffic that moves back and forth on a daily basis to and from the ferries to Guana Cay and Bakers Bay.
The Royal Bahamas Defense Force Rangers came out early Saturday morning on November 22 to assist the Marsh Harbour / Spring City Town Committee with picking up garbage off the roadsides on the bypass road.
Indiscriminate and illegal dumping are raising concerns with residents at multiple locations including an overflowing bin located between the shanty towns of the Mudd and Pigeon Pea and household garbage dumped in the pine forest just hundreds of feet from the landfill.