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Tag Archives: Letter to the Editor

June, 2017

  • 30 June

    Thank You to Mr. Edison Key

    We the people of Cherokee Township would like to thank Mr. Edison Key, former MP for South Abaco, for his continual contributions over the many years to the area.

  • 30 June

    Unreliable Services; Paradise Lost

    We, the owners of the Out-Island resorts, continue to pay outrageous fees for these undependable services. Our complaints regarding those services most often go ignored.

February, 2016

  • 2 February

    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.

  • 2 February

    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.

  • 2 February

    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??? "

March, 2015

  • 12 March

    Green Turtle Being Ignored

    Please allow me to express my concerns on the deteriorating conditions of Green Turtle Cay.

February, 2015

  • 26 February

    No to Little Harbour Marina

    My name is Edward Fessenden III and I am a homeowner in Little Harbour. I am writing you this letter to tell you why I believe a marina shouldn’t be built in Little Harbour.

  • 26 February

    Is This Government For Real?

    Please allow me a space in your paper. I really want to know if this government is for real! The economy is not where it needs to be, especially in Grand Bahama where the people are hurting the most.

January, 2015

  • 2 January

    Concerned in Great Cistern

    We have a concern in the Murphy Town /Gt. Cistern area.

October, 2012

  • 11 October

    Immigration and Education must work together to curtail enrollment of illegal immigrants in public schools

    A new school year has begun and teachers have gotten off to a great start but they are still challenged by the many children who begin school and do not speak any English. It has become clear that these children arrived in the Bahamas from Haiti and have now taken …