According to the report Mr. Curry has been absent from parliamentary proceedings 102 times out of the 220 times the House of Assembly has met this term.
Unabated Boat Thefts Rile Visitors and Locals: Frustration at Failure of Policing and Justice Systems
An already weary community finds themselves seeking answers after five boats were stolen in the space of a week from several locations across the island of Abaco. The recent boat theft activity brings the unofficial estimate to about twenty or more for the year with residents and visitors expressing …
China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) made a donation to Renardo Curry for the North Abaco Minister of Parliament’s Senior Citizen’s Christmas Event on December 18, 2015.
MP Meets with Little Abaco Community; Discusses Chinese Wages, Gov’t Services and Alleged Victimization of Fishermen
At the end of November, Member of Parliament for North Abaco, Renardo Curry, met with constituents in the Little Abaco area to speak with them and hear their concerns.
At the end of November North Abaco Member of Parliament Renardo Curry met with the heads of government departments thanking them for their service and encouraging them to uphold standards of efficiency and professionalism.
The 2nd Annual Jackie Conyers & Renardo Curry’s Back to Basics Abaco Volleyball Camp was held on Dec. 5. Facilitating the camp was Devinc Smith, national volleyball team coach, and Jackie Conyers, coordinator of Jackie Conyers Volleyball Camp.
During the budget debate in June, North Abaco Member of Parliament and Parliamentary Secretary Renardo Curry said that Abaco “continues to experience aggressive advancements”, noting that over 190 new businesses have been licensed between January and May of this year.
On Monday, June 22 a Boat Theft and Security Information Meeting and Workshop was held in the Office of the Prime Minister at the Government Complex in Marsh Harbour. The meeting was organized by the Abaco Chamber of Commerce and Marine Operators of The Bahamas. It was hosted by North Abaco Member of Parliament Renardo Curry. The meeting was held to connect authorities (such as the Royal Bahamas Police Force and Royal Bahamas Defence Force) and other concerned stakeholders such as the Ministry of Tourism, Resorts, Insurance Agencies, Boat Rental Companies and other members of the Abaco Chamber of Commerce. All notes from the meeting were compiled and were presented to the Prime Minister and appropriate Cabinet Ministers.
North Abaco Member of Parliament Renardo Curry shared his fears in Parliament regarding the boat theft ring operating in Abaco. He claimed boat thefts are at an “all time high” and said it will affect the local tourism market.
With the desire to spark more interest and to develop young people in the sport, North Abaco Member of Parliament, Renardo Curry, brought the Jackie Conyers Volleyball Camp to Abaco with a two day training camp on December 5 and 6.