Land owner has no knowledge of 3rd port proposal

| 30/01/2012

cruise ship beautiful.jpg(CNS): According to representatives of the local company that owns the land at Pageant Beach, the owner was very surprised to read the CNS article on 12 January about a proposal from a local consortium to develop a port on its property. CNS has learnt from the representatives of the owner that, until it read the article, it was unaware of any proposal to develop a port on its property and that since the article was published, it has not been approached by anyone regarding the development of a port on its property.  Representatives of the owner also stated that the property is not currently for sale.     

Government has not made any comment regarding the third alternative cruise port proposal, which it received from the local consortium last month.

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  1. so Anonymous says:

    Life in a third world country.  The only ones following any laws are the newcomers.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Psssssst, what about the port thats going in at Cayman Kai?

  3. anonymous says:

    Surprise, surprise….who could think of putting a cruise port there? Even worst than George Town center.

  4. anonymous says:

    That was probably just a distraction by Government or the CAVE folks as they did not want to look at the best solution which is Red Bay. It was obvious that Pageant Beach could not deal with the traffic anyway on that little two lane road. Nor is the site big enough. Silly idea.



  5. Anonymous says:

    The government has no knowledge.

    End of story.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I believe it was just a red herring thrown in to distract attention from other stuff going on.

    • Anonymous says:

      Political wheels turning, trying to divide a country as much as possible and politically ignorant people falling into the trap.

    • Anonymous says:

      How is one to teach one's children integrity on this island?

      • Anonymus says:

        Same as anywhere else. Don't use politicians or developers (or sports-stars or anyone else famous for being famous, etc.) as a role model. You have to model it yourself.