Installation of a 24-inch water main and new drainage infrastructure are among the improvements for corridors 13A1 and 13A2 on Prince Charles Drive and Robinson Road.
Repairs to the Gambier boat ramp have been completed, this is one of five boat ramps selected by the Bahamas Government for repair and upgrades.
Supreme Court Justice Neville Adderley yesterday granted an injunction halting the controversial work on Blue Hill Road and Market Street.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport is presently conducting safety inspections of both Paradise Island bridges.
$3 million in upgrades are planned for Rand Memorial Hospital in Freeport, Grand Bahama, which will reduce the need to transfer patients to the Princess Margaret Hospital in New Providence.
Bahamian authorities are trying to reign in Lyford Cay resident Peter Nygard, who has allegedly failed to comply with the latest directives to remove structures erected on unauthorised land formed over the seabed.
Like many PLP “businessmen”, Frank ‘snake’ Wilson’s success may have come from crony connections and questionable business practices, which may explain why many PLP businesses are failing during hard times, when business smarts become so important.
Architects Incorporated Company has been awarded a contract for the architectural design of the Marsh Harbour Airport terminal building and fire/crash facility.
In view of Baha Mar’s shaky history, Mr Ingraham is understandably cautious about the project, because the last thing the government and the people of the Bahamas need is the blight of another failed development, this one in the heart of Cable Beach.