Despite speaking to Abaco’s “bright future,” Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis faced numerous responses from locals concerned with a variety of infrastructural shortcomings that many believe are holding back the island’s economy.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Philip Brave Davis, made a brief visit on March 11 to inspect ongoing road works in the Central Abaco area.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development, the Hon. Philip Davis signed a contract worth $1.3 million to repair roads in Central Abaco at his office, Thursday, January 3, 2013. During the contract signing, Deputy Prime Minister Davis explained that in 2012, it was observed that the roads in Central Abaco (in the vicinity of Marsh Harbour, Murphy Town and Dundas Town) had significantly deteriorated over an extended period of time.
According to Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Renewal, Philip ‘Brave’ Davis, Abaconians may get a late Christmas present in early January 2013 as he revealed at the launch of Urban Renewal 2.0 in Abaco that funds have been approved to begin paving the roads in Central Abaco.