NO. 461

ACTING APPOINTMENT

NATIONAL OFFICE FOR SENIORS AND THE PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED

MANAGER

Ms. Ann Lindroth, Coordinator Disabled Persons, National Office for Seniors and the Physically Challenged has been appointed to act as Manager for the National Office for Seniors and the Physically Challenged from 5th June - 22nd June, 2009 (inclusive).

Kenneth S. Dill

Head of the Civil Service

NO. 462

ACTING APPOINTMENT

MINISTRY OF LABOUR, HOME AFFAIRS & HOUSING

ASSISTANT CHIEF IMMIGRATION OFFICER

Mr. Steven Lambert has been appointed to act as Assistant Chief Immigration Officer for the period from 1st June, 2009 - 1st September, 2009 inclusive.

Kenneth S. Dill

Head of the Civil Service

NO. 463

ACTING APPOINTMENT

DIRECTOR OF COURT SERVICES

Mr. Arthur Douglas, Manager, Assessment Treatment Unit, Department of Court Services, has been appointed to act as Director of Court Services for the period 13th May to 15th June 2009, inclusive.

Kenneth S. Dill

Head of the Civil Service

NO. 464

CLEAN AIR ACT

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO

CONSTRUCT A CONTROLLED PLANT

Pursuant to Part II of the Clean Air Rules 1993,

application has been made to the Environmental Authority for a permit to construct a controlled plant as follows:

NAME OF APPLICANT

J. Edward Roque

ADDRESS OF THE PROPOSED

CONTROLLED PLANT

Dynamic Excavating & Landscaping Ltd.

4 Quarry Hill Road

Warwick WK 06

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED

CONTROLLED PLANT

One sand sifter for the processing of sand, screenings and soil.

This application is available for inspection at the Department of Environmental Protection during normal working hours. Any person wishing to object to the proposed plant may, within 14 days of the date of this publication, lodge their objection with the Department of Environmental Protection, 169 South Road, Paget DV 04. Letters of objection must state the name and address of the objector; the grounds of the objection; whether the objector has an interest in land near to that which the application relates; and be signed by the objector.

DATE: 12 June 2009

NO: 465

Notice is hereby given that application has been made to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, by the following persons for the grant of Bermudian status under the provisions of section 19A of the Bermuda Immigration and Protection Act, 1956, (viz: has been married to the same Bermudian for ten [10] continuous years, during that marriage has been ordinarily resident in Bermuda for seven [7] years, the last two [2] years of which must be continuous to the date of application; has been living together with his/her Bermudian spouse as husband and wife continuously for the two [2] years immediately preceding his/her application; and is of good character and conduct.)

OUTERBRIDGE, Brenda Jennifer, 11 Princess Street, Pembroke Parish

N.B. Any person who knows if any of the above provisions have not been fulfilled, or why Bermudian status should not be granted to the applicant, should send a written statement to the Chief Immigration Officer, Department of Immigration, P.O. Box HM 1364, Hamilton HMFX no later than 29 June, 2009.

NO. 466

BERMUDA POLICE SERVICE

EMBODIMENT OF THE BERMUDA RESERVE POLICE

In accordance with the provisions of section 16 of the Police Act, 1974, His Excellency the Governor, Sir. Richard Gozney, KCMG has given permission for the embodiment of certain members of the Bermuda Reserve Police during the following periods:-

01/06/09 - 16/06/09: Six Reserve officers.

05/06/09 - 06/06/09: Twenty Reserve officers.

11/06/09 - 14/06/09: Ten Reserve officers.

All members shall report for duty at a time and place as directed by the Commandant of the Bermuda Reserve Police Service and will remain on duty until this order is cancelled.

Dated this 27th day of May 2009

Sir Richard Gozney, KCMG

Governor

NO. 467

APPOINTMENT OF MARRIAGE OFFICER

Pursuant to the provisions of The Marriage Act 1944, the Minister of Energy, Telecommunications and E-Commerce, on the 4th June, 2009 licensed Rt. Rev. Dennis W. Ball as a Marriage Officer, thereby enabling him to perform a marriage ceremony in Bermuda on July 12, 2009 only.

NO. 468

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that PAUL M VERRIEZ and NANCY VERRIEZ both Commonwealth citizens are applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire in joint tenancy a 1/6th fraction or share of Unit #421, Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa situate in Paget Parish.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 26th June, 2009.

NO. 469

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that URSULA ASHENHEIM, MICHAEL ASHENHEIM and HELEN KAY ASHENHEIM all Commonwealth citizen are applying to the Minister of Labour, Home Affairs and Housing for sanction to acquire a leasehold interest in the property known as Apartment #4-T Belmont Hills situate in Warwick Parish.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicants should send a written statement to the Minister of Labour and Immigration, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 26th June, 2009.

NO. 470

THE COMPANIES ACT 1981

PURSUANT TO SECTION 261

WHEREAS:

1. The Registrar of Companies has reason to believe that the companies specified in the Schedule hereto are not carrying on business or are not in operation.

2. The Registrar of Companies published a Notice dated 3rd March 2009 to the effect that at the expiration of three months from the date of publication of the Notice on 6 March 2009 the companies would, unless there was cause shown to the contrary, be dissolved.

3. Having been shown no cause to the contrary by the companies listed below within the period of three months of the Notice published on 6 March 2009, the Registrar of Companies by virtue of the powers vested in him under section 261(5) of the Companies Act 1981 has struck the names of the following companies off the Register.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the said striking off and consequently with effect from the date of publication of this Notice, the companies specified in the Schedule SHALL STAND DISSOLVED.

SCHEDULE:

ACCS Limited

THE ATLANTIC ISLANDS COMPANY, LIMITED

E.F.A. LIMITED

Hua Feng Forest Group Company Limited

National Alternative insurance Ltd.

Stephen Lowe

REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES

9 June 2009

GOVERNMENT NOTICE NO. 471

ACTING APPOINTMENT -

FINANCIAL SECRETARY

Mrs. Pamela Burrows, Assistant Financial Secretary (International Business) has been appointed to act as Financial Secretary for the period 8th - 17th June, 2009.

Mr. Kenneth S. Dill

Head of the Civil Service

NO. 472

LISTING OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS REGISTERED (FOR ADVERTISEMENT)

From Date: 6/8/2009 To Date: 6/9/2009

Summary of Application Details

• The applications shown below are available for review during normal working hours at the Department of Planning, 3rd Floor, Government Administration Building, 30 Parliament Street, Hamilton.

• Any person wishing to object must do so within 14 days of the date of this publication (June 26, 2009).

• Letters of objection should state any interest which the objector(s) may have in property nearby, supply an address at which notice may be served on the objector(s) and provide a concise statement of the grounds of objection.

• For further information on the objection procedure see the Development and Planning (Applications Procedure) Rules 1997.

Application Application #

City of Hamilton

Walker Arcade Co. Ltd. P0311/09

45 Front Street, City of Hamilton

47 Front Street, City of Hamilton

12 Reid Street, City of Hamilton

In Principle Application To Demolish

Existing Building and Construct New

Seven (7) Storey Commercial /Retail Building.

(In Principle)

Jackson, Ms. Lisa P0315/09

10 Laffan Street, City of Hamilton

Demolish Existing Studio Apt. and Replace

with a Two Storey One Bedroom Apt.

Building and Provide On-site Parking

(Final)

Paget

Barit, Mr. Hugh P0316/09

26 Lovers Lane, Paget

Removal of Existing Flat Roof over Existing

Cottage and Replacing with New Pitched

Roof-Listed Building Site

(Final)

Pembroke

Bean, Ms. Rosina L. P0310/09

2 Curving Avenue, Pembroke

Extend Existing Kitchen, Replace Existing

Wood Floor In Kitchen and Existing Roof

Over Kitchen WithNew Concrete Floor Slab

and Roof Slab.

(Final)

Sandys

Pickering Trust P0314/09

24 Valley Lane, Sandys

Re-orientation of Approved Two Dwelling

Apartment Building from East West to North

South--Listed Building Site

(Final)

Smiths

Bell, Mr. Richard P0312/09

25A Ramgoat Hill, Smiths

Convert Existing Three (3) Dwelling Into

Four (4) Units By Interior Renovations.

(Final)

Warwick

Cyrus, Mr./Mrs. Carmen P0313/09

11 Sun Valley Road, Warwick

Two (2) Storey Addition To Existing Single

Dwelling Creating A Two (2) Bedroom

Dwelling On The Upper Level and A Two (2)

Bedroom Dwelling On The Lower Level - Total

Two (2) Dwelling Units.

(Final)

BR 38/2009

POST OFFICE ACT 1900

1900 : 45

POST OFFICE AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2009

ARRANGEMENT OF REGULATIONS

1 Citation and commencement

2 Amends regulation 2

3 Inserts regulation 52A

4 Amends regulation 53

5 Amends regulation 59

6 Amends regulation 63

7 Revokes regulation 121

8 Inserts regulations 123A and 123B

9 Amends regulation 124

10 Amends regulation 125

The Minister responsible for the Post Office, in exercise of the power conferred by section 65 of the Post Office Act 1900, makes the following regulations:

Citation and commencement

1 (1) These Regulations which amend the Post Office Regulations 1933 (hereinafter referred to as "the principal Regulations") may be cited as the Post Office Amendment Regulations 2009.

(2) These Regulations shall come into operation on 31 August 2009.

Amends regulation 2

2 Regulation 2(1) of the principal Regulations is amended by inserting, in the correct alphabetical order, each of the following definitions-

"cluster box unit" means a unit containing more than one private post box;

"condominium" means a scheme for the sharing of land used for residential purposes whereby the land is divided into individual parts and common parts so that-

(i) the individual parts are capable of being enjoyed separately; and

(ii) persons having rights in individual parts can enjoy the common parts in common with other persons having rights in other individual parts;

"post office box" means a numbered lockable post box provided to a person by a post office, for which the person pays rent in accordance with Post Office Regulations, and to which postal packets addressed to that post box address are delivered by mail;

"private post box" means a post box at a person's street address, to which postal packets addressed to that street address are delivered by mail;".

Inserts regulation 52A

3 The principal Regulations are amended by inserting, immediately after regulation 52, the following-

"Re-direction application

52A (1) A person may make written application to the Postmaster-General to have postal packets re-directed-

(a) to another address;

(b) to a particular Post Office for collection; or

(c) to a person other than the addressee.

(2) A person making an application under paragraph (1)(c)-

(a) shall satisfy the Postmaster-General that the person to whom the postal packets are to be re-directed has the legal authority to receive the postal packets on behalf of, or instead of, the addressee; and

(b) may be required by the Postmaster-General to indemnify the Post Office against any claims that may result from the re-direction of the addressee's postal packets to the person.

(3) An application under paragraph (1) may be granted for a period not exceeding three months.

(4) A re-direction shall not be extended beyond the period granted in respect of an application under paragraph (1) unless, on written application to extend the re-direction period, the Postmaster-General is satisfied that special circumstances exist which necessitate such extension.

(5) Any application under this regulation shall be in such form as the Postmaster-General may require.".

Amends regulation 53

4 Regulation 53 of the principal Regulations is amended by deleting the words "or any substituted address to the same addressee at any other address".

Amends regulation 59

5 Regulation 59 of the principal Regulations is amended by-

(a) deleting the words "cannot be delivered" and substituting the words "bear an incorrect address or for any other reason cannot be delivered, or which are returned to the post office after delivery,"; and

(b) deleting the words "for disposal" and substituting the words "in accordance with regulation 63".

Amends regulation 63 of principal Regulations

6 Regulation 63 of the principal Regulations is amended by-

(a) in paragraph (1)-

(i) deleting the words "Postmaster-General for disposal" and substituting the words "Postmaster-General";

(ii) immediately after subparagraph (b), inserting the following-

"(ba) a postal packet bearing an invalid or incorrect address;

(bb) a non-existent address;"; and

(iii) immediately after subparagraph (c), inserting the following-

"(ca) a postal packet bearing an address equally applicable to two or more persons, that cannot be delivered because there is a dispute between those persons over which one of them is entitled to delivery of the postal packet;";

(b) in paragraph (2)-

(i) deleting the words "Postmaster-General for disposal" and substituting the words "Postmaster-General";

(ii) immediately after subparagraph (b), inserting the following-

"(ba) "Invalid address." or "Incorrect address.";

(bb) "Non-existent address.";"; and

(iii) immediately after subparagraph (c), inserting the following-

"(ca) "Mail in dispute.";";

(c) in paragraph (3)-

(i) in subparagraph (c), deleting the full stop and substituting a semi colon; and

(ii) immediately after subparagraph (c), inserting the following-

"(d) a postal packet that for any other reason cannot be delivered.";

(d) in paragraph (4)-

(i) in subparagraph (c), deleting the full stop and substituting a semi colon; and

(ii) immediately after subparagraph (c), inserting the following-

"(d) "No private post box at address." Or "Vicious dog at address.", etc., as the case may be."; and

(e) immediately after paragraph (5), inserting the following-

"(6) If the Postmaster-General has kept a postal packet which has been sent to him under these Regulations and which does not contain the sender's address, in safe custody for at least 1 month but the postal packet remains unclaimed, the Postmaster-General may destroy or otherwise dispose of the postal packet as the Postmaster-General thinks fit.".

Revokes regulation 121

7 Regulation 121 of the principal Regulations is revoked.

Inserts regulations 123A and 123B

8 The principal Regulations are amended by, immediately after regulation 123, inserting the following-

"Delivery to street address

123A (1) A postal packet addressed to a person's street address is to be delivered to that address if, and only if-

(a) a number has been assigned to the house or building, under section 21 of the Department of Works and Engineering Act 1984, and the number is fixed in a conspicuous place, in accordance with that section, so as to be clearly legible from the highway or private road serving that house or building;

(b) in the case of delivery to a residential address, other than in a condominium-

(i) a private post box is situated as close as practicable to the highway or private road boundary entrance to the property on which the house is situated; or

(ii) where there is more than one post box in respect of the house, all such post boxes are situated together and are as close as practicable to the highway or private road boundary entrance to the property on which the house is situated;

(c) in the case of delivery to a residential address in a condominium-

(i) a cluster box unit, containing that person's private post box, is situated as close as practicable to the highway or private road boundary entrance to the property on which the building is situated;

(ii) on the ground floor of a multistorey building there is a cluster box unit containing that person's private post box; or

(iii) in a reception area on the ground floor of a multistorey building there is a receptionist who is authorized to receive the postal packet;

(c) in the case of delivery to a business address-

(i) a private post box is situated as close as practicable to the highway or private road boundary entrance to the property on which the building is situated;

(ii) where there is more than one post box in respect of the building, a cluster box unit, containing that person's private post box, is situated as close as practicable to the highway or private road boundary entrance to the property on which the building is situated;

(iii) on the ground floor of a multistorey building there is a cluster box unit containing that person's private post box; or

(iv) in a reception area on the ground floor of a multistorey building there is a receptionist who is authorized to receive the postal packet;

(d) an officer of the Post Office can easily and safely effect delivery of the postal packet; and

(e) the location and design of the private post box or cluster box unit-

(i) does not pose a danger to any person or to traffic; and

(ii) meets the approval of the Postmaster-General.

(2) Where any of the requirements for delivery under paragraph (1) are not met, the Postmaster-General may in special circumstances, on written application in such form as he may determine, give written authorization for postal packets to be delivered to that address, subject to any conditions he may see fit.

(3) The Postmaster-General may, by Notice published in the Official Gazette, issue guidelines on the required location and design of a private post box or cluster box unit, as the case may be, and any such guidelines shall be available, on request for inspection, at a post office.

Suspension of delivery to ensure safety of officers of the Post Office

123B (1) No postal packet will be delivered to any address where officers of the Post Office are exposed to personal risk that could result in injury to them or damage to their property or post office property.

(2) The Postmaster-General is to, where reasonably practicable, cause a notification that delivery has been suspended under this regulation to be sent to the address or addressee in such manner as he sees fit.".

Amends regulation 124

9 Regulation 124 of the principal Regulations is amended-

(a) in the regulation heading, by deleting the words "Private lock" and substituting the words "Post office"; and

(b) by deleting the words "private lock", wherever they appear in the regulation, and in each case substituting the words "post office".

Amends regulation 125

10 Regulation 125 of the principal Regulations is amended-

(a) in the regulation heading, by deleting the words "private lock" and substituting the words "post office"; and

(b) by deleting the words "private lock" and substituting the words "post office".

Dated this 12th day of June, 2009.

Minister of Energy,

Telecommunications and E-Commerce