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Freeport, Grand Bahama -- After receiving a wonderful letter from Mail Boat Assistant Manager, in Grand Bahama, Clifford Storr, praising his staff's dedication to their jobs; General Manager of Sanitation Services, Lou Carroll, wanted to acknowledge his hard working staff this month.
Nassau, The Bahamas -- Residents and visitors to The Bahamas all demand basic needs such as access to good quality, reliable potable water supply and environmental compliant sanitation services, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works and Urban Development the Hon. Philip Davis said.
SENIOR Assistant Commissioner of Police Emrick Seymour revealed that there has been a 49 per cent decrease in crime on Grand Bahama since the end of September.
As we celebrate this 5th anniversary of Keep Grand Bahama Clean's existence the importance of environmental stewardship and action instead of inaction must be internalized. Throughout the month the community will have the opportunity to read the sincere view-points of our future leaders, on why it is so important to Keep Grand Bahama Clean.
my morning run I passed by two workers from Sanitation Services along the road
collecting trash that had been tossed, likely out of windows of passing
vehicles. How lucky we are to have these men who clean up after us! I call out to
them, "Hey you are doing a great job!", and they look up and smile. I keep on
my pace thinking that this job should not be necessary, all but perhaps once a
Grand Bahama welcomed the first cruise ship, Carnival Valor - with some 3,281 passengers at Freeport Harbour on Monday, November 7 - since the passage of Hurricane Matthew on October 7.
It’s day 41 of Hurricane Matthew restoration and so, like the Bible, after 40 days and 40 nights we come to our Fifth and Final Hurricane briefing (not that we’re going to stop working!).
SARAH St George, vice-chairman of the Grand Bahama Port Authority (GBPA), has commended the Grand Bahama Power Company (GBPC) for the significant progress it has made in restoring power to the hurricane-ravaged island, reporting that 90 per cent of customers were energised as of Tuesday evening.
The Prime Minister and Minister of Finance of The Bahamas, the Right Honourable Hubert A. Ingraham, and Inter-American Development Bank President Luis Alberto Moreno signed today a grant for emergency humanitarian assistance to mitigate the impact of hurricane Irene.