NO. 447

BERMUDA GOVERNMENT - DEFENCE DEPARTMENT

REGISTRATION FOR MILITARY SERVICE

The persons whose names are listed below are required to Register for Military Service under the provisions of Section 13 and 13A of the Defence Act, 1965. All those person listed were born between August 1991 and July 1992 and to date, they have failed to or need to register as is required under the provisions of section 13 and 13A of the Defence Act, 1965.

Under the provisions of the Defence Act 1965 [Section 13 and 13A] as read with Governor’s Orders 1993, all Bermudian males on attaining the age of eighteen [18] are required to report, forthwith, during ordinary working hours either to a Police Station or to the Defence Department at Warwick Camp and give their names and current addresses and contact information as required on the [green] military registration form.

All Bermudian males, aged eighteen [18] years and over who have not previously registered for military service are required to do so at any Police Station or at the Defence Department at Warwick Camp.

Failure to register constitutes an offence under the Defence Act 1965.

The act of registration for military service is separate from the act of being called-up for military service. The act of registering for military service does not mean that the person registering for service will, necessarily, be called-up for service. Registration results only in that person’s name being placed in the ballot for military service. The ballot for military service takes place in September with actual military service commencing in the following January Recruit Camp. 

For the convenience of students, registration forms have also been made available at the following places of education: Bermuda Institute – Warwick Academy – Mount Saint Agnes Academy – Saltus Grammar School – The Bermuda College.

For convenience, Registration forms may also be filled in and left at all Post Offices and sub-Post Offices. Receipts will be mailed, later, to persons who register.

Warren S Furbert, EM

Major

Paymaster

PERSONS REQUIRED TO REGISTER FOR MILLITARY SERVICE

[Born June 1993]

SURNAMES FORENAMES DOB ADDRESS

BEAN-VIRGIL JAHKEE TERRY SHAI 18/6/1993 UNIT 24, 13 MARY VICTORIA ROAD, DEVONSHIRE DV 02

BEAN-VIRGIL JIBRI TERRAE SHAKUR 18/6/1993

BURTON KONTIA CARL FOX 5/6/93

COX DEUNDE SHAKEEL 11/6/93 BSMT APT WEST, 4 BORDER DELL, DEVONSHIRE FL 02

DANIEL AARON MATHEW MARTINS 20/6/1993

DILLAS KHYREE ANTIONE 23/6/1993 VIOLA VILLA - UPPER SOUTH APT, 129 NORTH SHORE ROAD, PEMBROKE HM 14

EBBIN KANUJA WAYNE MAKAI 27/6/1993

GODFREY KYLE EARDLEY 21/6/1993

GREAVES JALLANDE’ PATRICK O’KEEFE 21/6/1993 1ST FL APT WEST, 2 FIELD VIEW LANE, SANDYS SB 02

JAMES SHAYNE ANGELO KHYALE 27/6/1993

JONES MARELIANO EMIL 2/6/93 MAIN UNIT, 6 FOREST HILL DRIVE, WARWICK WK 08

MCNEIL KYLE CLEVELAND 29/6/1993 14 ROSE HILL ROAD, SOUTHAMPTON SB 03

ROBERTS LE-VECK 22/6/1993 APT EAST, 3 JONES VILLAGE LANE, WARWICK WK 07

ROBINSON TAHJ JOSEPH LEROY 21/6/1993

SIMMONS JALEN HAMILTON ORLANDO 9/6/93 APT #1, 9 SCENIC HEIGHTS DRIVE, SOUTHAMPTON SN 03

SIMMONS KOSHUN SHAQUILLE DENNIS 22/6/1993

LIGHTBOURNE

SIMONS TREY STEFAN 20/6/1993 1 ACACIA LANE, SANDYS MA 02

SMITH DYLAN JON 2/6/93 LANDS DOWN, 33 TRIMINGHAM HILL, PAGET PG 05

STUART CHARLES DAVID SOLOMON 5/6/93

THOMAS DEZJUAN ANTOINE 25/6/1933

THOMSON KENNETH STEPHEN 18/6/1993 MAIN UNIT, 2 DUNSCOMBE ROAD, WARWICK WK 08

WOODS DAUNTE TAHIR EUGENE 28/6/1993

NO. 451

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 8 February 2011 to the effect that at the expiration of three months from the date of publication of the Notice on 11 February 2011 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 11 February 2011, 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:

Man Investment SAC Limited: Class Ba Man IP 220 Index Series 4 USD Trading Ltd.

Stephen Lowe

REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES

10 June 2011

NO. 452

WHEREAS, D-ONE SERVICE CORP. LTD. was included on a list of companies struck off the Register of Companies effective 20 September 2009 pursuant to the Companies Act 1981.

I, The Registrar  of Companies, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all concerned that D-ONE SERVICE CORP. LTD.  has been restored to the Register and as such is deemed to have continued in existence as if its name had never been struck off  pursuant to section 261 (6) of the Companies Act 1981.

Stephen Lowe

REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES

10 June 2011

NO. 453

WHEREAS, Man Investment SAC Limited: Class Ba Man IP 220 Index Series 2 USD Trading Ltd.  was included on a list of companies struck off the Register of Companies effective 20 May 2011  pursuant to the Companies Act 1981.

I, The Registrar  of Companies, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all concerned that Man Investment SAC Limited: Class Ba Man IP 220 Index Series 2 USD Trading Ltd. was included on the said list in error, and as such, the company has never been struck off or removed from the Register of Companies.  

Dated this 10 Day of June 2011.

Stephen Lowe

REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES

NO. 454

THE ASSENT OF THE ACTING GOVERNOR WAS GIVEN ON THE 9TH  DAY OF JUNE 2011 TO THE FOLLOWING:

“ADOPTION of CHILDREN AMENDMENT BILL 2011”

“PSYCHOLOGICAL PRACTITIONERS AMENDMENT BILL 2011”

NO. 455

ACTING APPOINTMENT

MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT ESTATES AND INFORMATION SERVICES

PERMANENT SECRETARY

Mrs. Marlene Christopher, Registrar General, Registry General, will act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Government Estates and Information Services from 20th June to 3rd July, 2011 inclusive.

Judith Hall-Bean

Deputy Head of the Civil Service

NO. 456

ACTING APPOINTMENT

MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT ESTATES 

AND INFORMATION SERVICES

PERMANENT SECRETARY

Mrs. Judith Hall-Bean, Assistant Cabinet Secretary, will act as Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Government Estates and Information Services from 10th – 16th June, 2011 inclusive.

Judith Hall-Bean

Deputy Head of the Civil Service

NO. 457

APPOINTMENT

The Minister of Health has been pleased to make the following appointments for a 3 year period with effect from 1st June 2011

DENTAL PROFESSIONS COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE

Dental Practitioners Act 1950

Mr. Jason L. Green, LL.B(Hons), LPC, CeFA - Chair

John B. Dickinson

Ms. Angeline G. Butler, BSDH

NO. 458

APPOINTMENT

The Minister of Health has been pleased to make the following appointment for a 3 year period with effect from 1st June 2011

NURSING PROFESSIONS COMPLAINTS COMMITTEE

Nursing Act 1998

Mr. Lawrence G. Scott, BA, LEC - Chair

Mrs. Carys A. Caisey, RMN

Mrs. Lynn Jackson, BA, RN

NO. 459

ACTING APPOINTMENT

Judicial Department

His Excellency The Governor, after consultation with the Chief Justice, has approved the appointment of Ms. Maxanne Anderson, Barrister & Attorney to act as Magistrate & Coroner for the period 16th  June 2011 to 17th June 2011.

Dated this 13th day of June 2011

Signed

DEPUTY GOVERNOR

NO. 460

ACTING APPOINTMENT

Judicial Department

His Excellency The Governor, after consultation with the Chief Justice, has approved the appointment of Ms. Maxanne Anderson, Barrister & Attorney to act as Magistrate & Coroner for the period 1st September 2011 to 2nd September 2011.

Dated this 13th day of June 2011

Signed

DEPUTY GOVERNOR

NO. 461

ACTING APPOINTMENT

Judicial Department

His Excellency The Governor, after consultation with the Chief Justice, has approved the appointment of Ms. Maxanne Anderson, Barrister & Attorney to act as Magistrate & Coroner for the period 23rd September 2011 to 26th September 2011.

Dated this 13th day of  June  2011

Signed

DEPUTY GOVERNOR

NO. 462

CONSTITUTION OF BERMUDA

In accordance with section 18 (2) of the Constitution, His Excellency The Governor, is pleased to appoint Mr. Michael A. DeSilva, FCMI, Commissioner of Police, to act as Deputy Governor from Saturday 18th June to Tuesday 21st June, 2011, inclusive or until the Governor’s return.

David B. Arkley

 Deputy Governor

NO. 463

CONSTITUTION OF BERMUDA

In accordance with section 19 (1) of the Constitution, Mr. David Arkley, Deputy Governor, will act as Governor and Commander-in-Chief from Saturday 18th June to Tuesday 21st June 2011, inclusive or until his return.

David B. Arkley

 Deputy Governor

NO. 464

THE CONSTITUTION OF BERMUDA (SECTION 81)

RE-APPOINTMENT OF MEMBER AND

APPOINTMENT OF NEW MEMBER 

TO THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

In exercise of the powers conferred on him by Section 81 of the Constitution of Bermuda, the Governor has been pleased to:

reappoint to the Public Service Commission Mr Gregory Swan as a Member with effect from 14 May 2011 for a period of three years

and

appoint to the Public Service Commission Mr John Drinkwater, CBE, JP as a Member with effect from 13 June 2011 for a period of three years.

David Arkley

Deputy Governor

NO. 465

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that STEPHEN CHARLES CONLEY SR., ELLEN JOSEPHINE CONLEY, STEPHEN CHARLES CONLEY JR., JOHN PATRICK CONLEY, MEGHAN ALANA CONLEY and TIMOTHY JAMES CONLEY all American citizens are applying to the Minister responsible for Immigration for sanction to acquire in joint tenancy a 1/10th fraction or share of Unit 2C, The Residence Club, Tucker’s Town situate in Hamilton 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 responsible for Immigration, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 1st July, 2011.

NO. 466

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that GIFTON VIVIAN LITCHMORE a Jamaican citizen is applying to the Minister responsible for Immigration for sanction to acquire a freehold interest in the property known as “Ar Lu Cottage” situate at #32 Roberts Avenue in Devonshire Parish in joint tenancy with his Bermudian wife SHERVIANN RENEE TONIA HENDRICKSON LITCHMORE.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister responsible for Immigration P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 1st July, 2011.

NO. 467

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that MICHELLE MARIE HODDER a Bermudian is applying to the Minister responsible for Immigration as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire 0.053 of a hectare of land together with a dwelling house thereon erected situate at #13 Inghams Drive, North Shore Road in Pembroke Parish, on behalf of her non-Bermudian husband DANIEL JONATHAN HODDER.

N.B. Any person who knows why a sanction to acquire property in Bermuda should not be granted to the applicant should send a written statement to the Minister responsible for Immigration, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 1st July, 2011.

NO. 468

Acquisition of Land 

Notice is hereby given that VERONICA A. FUBLER a Bermudian is applying to the Minister responsible for Immigration as constructive trustee for sanction to acquire 0.057 of a hectare of land together with a dwelling house thereon erected known as “Barclay Apartments” situate at #13 Sunset Pass in Pembroke Parish on behalf of non-Bermudians ANA M. MONIZ, ANDREA P. MONIZ-DESOUZA  and PAULO J. MONIZ.

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 responsible for Immigration, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 1st July, 2011.

NO.469

Acquisition of Land

Notice is hereby given that RICHARD JAMES BARRETT and JEAN BARRETT both American citizens are applying to the Minister responsible for Immigration for sanction to acquire in joint tenancy a 1/10th fraction or share of Unit 3C, The Residence Club, Tucker’s Town situate in Hamilton 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 responsible for Immigration, P.O. Box 1364, Hamilton HM FX, no later than the 1st July, 2011.

NO. 470

TRADE AND SERVICE MARKS

ERRATUM in respect of Government Notice 208

Trade and Service Mark published 

25 March 2011

In respect of application No. 49764  Class 9:

The specification should have read “Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire-extinguishing apparatus, including: Abacuses; Access control equipments; Accounting machines; Accumulators; Adding machines; Alarms; Amplifiers; Amusement apparatus; Antennas; Anti-interference devices; Anti-theft warning apparatus; Apparatus and instruments for radio frequency identification systems; Apparatus and instruments for safety; Apparatus and instruments of facial recognition system; Apparatus for games; Audio visual teaching apparatus; Automatic gates; Automatic responders; Automatic teller machines; Automatic ticket checking, collecting gates and boarding pass printers; Automatic ticket sellers; Baggage tag printers; Bar code readers; Batteries; Beacons; Bells; Bill changers; Bill recycler; Bill validators; Blinkers; Buzzers; Cables; Calculating machines; Camcorders; Cameras; Capacitors; Capacity measures; Card activated access control apparatus; Card readers; Cash recycler; Cash registers; Central processing units; Chargers for batteries; Cigar lighters; Cinematographic cameras; Cinematographic films; Circuit breakers; Circuit closers; Circulating machines; Coin changers; Coin-operated apparatus; Compact disc players; Compact discs; Computer disc players; Computer for traffic information process; Computer game programs; Computer hardwares; Computer keyboards; Computer memories; Computer operating programs; Computer peripheral devices; Computer programs; Computer softwares; Computers; Condensers; Conductors; Conduits; Connections; Connectors; Contacts; Control panels; Controllers; Converters; Counter operated apparatus; Counters; Couplers; Data medias; Data processing apparatus; Depository; Detectors; Diagnostic apparatus, not for medical purposes; Digital panel meters; Discharge tubes; Disk drives; Displays; Distance measuring apparatus; Distance recording apparatus; Distribution consoles; Distribution machines; Electric apparatus for communication; Electric door bells; Electric door opener and closers; Electric installations for the remote control of industrial operations; Electricity reducers; Electro-dynamic apparatus for the remote control of signals; Electronic agendas; Electronic pens; Electronic pocket translators; Electronic publications; Electronic tags; Elevator operating apparatus; Encoders; Fiber optic cables; Fire extinguishing apparatus; Flap doors; Flash lights; Frequency meters; Function-key operator interface terminals; Gasoline station equipments; Hand-held reader-writer; High frequency apparatus; IC Chips; Identity cards; Igniting apparatus; Ignitions; Indicators; Inductors; Inspection machines; Integrated circuit cards; Integrated circuits; Intercommunication apparatus; Interfaces; Inverters; Invoicing machines; IT/ soft compo related products; Kilometer recorders for vehicles; Lasers, not for medical purposes; Lift operating apparatus; Light conducting filaments; Light emitting diodes; Limiters; Locks; Machine vision sensors; Magnetic cards; Magnetic data media; Magnetic discs; Magnetic encoded cards; Magnetic encoders; Magnetic tape units; Measuring apparatus; Measuring devices; Memory card system; Meters; Milage recorders; Modems; Modules; Money counting and sorting machines; Monitoring apparatus; Monitors; Navigation apparatus and instruments; Optical communication devices; Optical discs; Optical fibers; Paper currency exchangers; Parking meters; Passbook printers; Passenger agent machine; Pedometers; Photo telegraphy; Photography enlarging apparatus; Plugs, sockets and other contacts; Point of sales terminal and peripheral equipments; Power supplies; Pressure in vehicles tires; Printed circuits; Printers used with computers; Programmable controllers; Programmable terminals; Punch card machines for offices; Radar apparatus; Radiation therapy machine; Radios; Radiotelegraphy sets; Radiotelephony sets; Readers; Receivers; Regulating apparatus; Regulators; Relays; Remote control apparatus; Resistances; RFID Sensor systems; Road signs; Rolled coin dispense modules; Salinometers; Scanners; Seat reservation apparatus, equipments and instruments; Self regulating fuel pumps; Semiconductors; Sensors; Servo systems; Signals; Signs; Sirens; Smart cards; Sockets, plugs and other contacts; Sonars; Sound locating apparatus; Sound recording apparatus; Sound reproduction apparatus; Sound transmitting apparatus; Speed checking apparatus; Speed measuring apparatus; Steering apparatus; Switches; Teaching apparatus; Telegraphs; Telephone apparatus; Telephones; Teleprinters; Teleprompters; Telerupters; Television apparatus; Terminals; Testing apparatus not for medical use; Theft prevention installations; Thermometers not for medical purposes; Thermostats; Ticket dispensers; Ticket issuing equipment and units; Ticket processing units; Ticket readers; Time recording apparatus; Timers; Touch screen operator interface terminals; Traffic control apparatus and instruments; Traffic flow sensor and road surface condition sensors; Traffic information transmitting devices; Traffic sensor for weighing a moving vehicle; Traffic signal controllers and equipments; Transceivers; Transformers; Transistors; Transmitters; Transmitting sets; Turnstiles; Vehicle breakdown warning triangles; Vending machines; Video telephones; Voucher issuing machines. Weighing machines; scales; step counters; energy expenditure measuring apparatus; physical activity measuring apparatus; exercise intensity measuring apparatus; computer programs; and computer software; all included in class 9”

No. 471

THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION ACT, 1978

(as amended) 

The Parliamentary Register which is effective as of the 15th June, 2011 has been published and may be inspected at all post offices, police stations, at the Hamilton Library and at the office of the Parliamentary Registrar, Valerie T. Scott Building, 60 Reid Street, Hamilton.

Please examine the register carefully for the following reasons:- 

1. If your name was on the 2010/11 Parliamentary Register and you are living at the same address, then under the provisions of the Parliamentary Election Amendment Act, 1999 that introduced continuous registration, your name should be listed in the register at the same address and in the same constituency. 

2. If your name is listed in the Parliamentary Register at a former address or under a former name, you must inform the Parliamentary Registrar at once by completing a Form 2 (blue) and deliver it to him or send it to him in one of the self-addressed envelopes. 

3. If your name was on the 2010/11 Parliamentary Register and you registered a change of name or address with the Parliamentary Registrar during the period 1st June, 2010 through to 31st May, 2011, your name should now appear in the Parliamentary Register under your new name or at your new address. 

4. If your name was not on the 2010/11 Parliamentary Register and you registered during the period 1st June, 2010 through to 31st May, 2011, your name should now appear in the constituency in which you live. 

5. If you object to the entry of the name and/or address of any person in the Parliamentary Register, you may inform the Parliamentary Registrar of your objection, no later than 15th July, 2011. The grounds for such objection must be in writing and accompanied by a deposit of five dollars ($5). If the grounds for objection are established, the Registrar will refund the five dollars to you, but if the grounds are not established, he will pay the sum to the person affected by the objection (Section 17). 

6. If your name has been irregularly omitted from the register or the particulars relating to your name in the register are incomplete or inaccurate or both, you may deliver a written statement to the Parliamentary Registrar outlining your grounds of objection. The statement must be accompanied by a deposit of five dollars ($5) and delivered no later than 15th July, 2011 to the Parliamentary Registrar. If the grounds of objection are established, the Registrar will rectify the register accordingly and return the five dollars to you, but if the grounds are not established, he will deposit the sum into the Consolidated Fund (Section 18). 

You are reminded that if you are eligible to register but your name is not on the Parliamentary Register, you may register at any time during the year. You will not have to register again. Your name will be in the next publication of the register. 

The next publication of the Parliamentary Register will be on 15th June, 2012 or at an earlier date if an election or referendum is called before then. 

Parliamentary Registrar 

NO 472

LISTING OF PLANNING APPLICATIONS 

REGISTERED

From Date: 6/8/2011     To Date:  6/14/2011.

Summary of Application Details

The applications shown below are available for review during normal working hours at the Department of Planning, 3rd Floor, Dame Lois Browne Evans Building, 58 Court Street, Hamilton HM12.

Any person wishing to object must do so within 14 days of the date of this publication (July 1, 2011).

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

Haire, Mr. James P0295/11

28 Queen Street, City of Hamilton

Proposed Development for Diesel Fuel Tank.

(Final)

Devonshire

Knight, Ms. Marlene M. P0284/11

21 Long Ridge Pass, Devonshire

Proposed Retroactive Application for 6ft Boundary Wall with 3ft PVC Fencing on Top.

(Final)

Jones, Mr./Mrs. Wayne P0296/11

10 Margarita Lane, Devonshire

Proposed Basement Existing Excavation and Flat Roof over Existing Patio.

(Final)

Hamilton

Furbert, Mr. Solomon Francis P0282/11

11 Cottage Hill Lane, Hamilton

Proposed Detached Building Creating Fourth (4th) and Fifth (5th) Dwelling Units.

(Final)

Botelho, Mr. Albert P0290/11

4 Stonehaven Road, Hamilton

Replace Existing Garden Shed with New Concrete Shed.

(Final)

Paget

Evangelical Church P0287/11

1 Mission Road, Paget

Proposed Renovation and Additions Creating Storage Areas on Upper and Lower Levels.

(Final)

Chartwell Industries P0291/11

9 Inglewood Lane, Paget

Proposed Addition Comprising of a New Guest Accommodation.

(Final)

Pembroke

Davis, Ms. Terryanne P0283/11

9 Orchard Grove, Pembroke

Proposed Additions to Lower Bedroom Area Creating Third (3rd) Dwelling Unit and Patio above.

(Final)

Outerbridge, Mr./Mrs. Chips & Lilly P0294/11

14 Spanish Point Road, Pembroke

Proposed Partial Porch Enclosure Swimming Pool, Pool House and Associated Retaining Walls.

(Final)

Sandys

Whitehurst, Mr./Mrs. William & Carla P0288/11

14 Cedars Lane, Sandys

Proposed Additions and Renovations Creating a Second (2nd) Dwelling Unit.

(Final)

Lambe, Mr. Sinclair P0293/11

5 Sound View Drive, Sandys

Proposed Third (3rd) Dwelling Unit.

(Final)

Sandy’s Parish Council P0297/11

4 Hook ‘N Ladder Lane, Sandys

Proposed Change of Use from Office to Retail and Addition of Partially above Grade 1,700 Gallon Water Tank.

(Final)

Smiths

Pewi Trust P0285/11

22 Knapton Estates Road, Smiths

Proposed Conversion of Guest Rooms to Create Second (2nd) Dwelling Unit.

(Final)

St. George’s

Pimentel, Mr./Mrs. Christopher P0289/11

Lot 22 Smith’s Island, St. George’s

Proposed Development of an Art and Craft Workshop.

(Final)

Fox, Mr. Ian P0298/11

Lot A Mullet Bay Road, St. George’s

Proposed New Wooden Dock (42ft x 6ft).

(Final)

Town of St. George

BELCO / Corporation of St. George’s S0028/11

Lot 2 Water Street, Town of St. George

Proposed Boundary Adjustment.

(Final Plan)

Warwick

Asha Furbert & Berlene Smith P0286/11

41 Dunscombe Road, Warwick

43 Dunscombe Road, Warwick

Proposed Internal Renovations to Create Fourth (4th) Dwelling Unit and Increase Height of Boundary Wall.

(Final)

Burgess, Mr. Wayne P0292/11

1 Marshall Island, Warwick

Proposed Addition to Create New Basement, Staircase, Bedroom and Office.

(Final)

NO. 473

ACTING APPOINTMENT

THE DEPARTMENT FOR NATIONAL DRUG CONTROL

DIRECTOR 

Dr. Kyla Raynor, Senior Research Officer/ Policy Analyst has been appointed to act as Director of the Department for National Drug Control on June 17th 2011 and again on August 22nd – September 9th 2011 (Inclusive).

Judith Hall- Bean

Deputy Head of the Civil Service