Natural Resources Minister Vincent Wheatley has pledged to provide any required support to Sixth District representative, Alvera Maduro-Caines, as she rolls out her project to upgrade and improve the fisherman’s wharf in her Baugher’s Bay constituency.
“If I can assist the people of Sixth District and the representative, of course, I’m going to do it. We are sent here by the people to represent the people. Anything we can do to help or empower our people, that’s what I want to do. That’s what we’re trying to do for all the people,” said the minister, notwithstanding being seated on opposite sides of the parliamentary aisle to Maduro-Caines.
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She described the project as necessary especially considering the area is known to see a large volume of traffic and visitors.
“This is an area where tourist and a lot of traffic
The district representative also mentioned the prospect of renaming the wharf in honour of her late predecessor, Omar Hodge.
“Presently two gazebos are being made to put here. We’re going to put flowers and pavers and hopefully a statue of Omar Hodge and it will be named Omar Hodge Fisherman’s Wharf added Maduro-Caines.
Once completed, the fisherman’s wharf, according to the district representative, will be “a nice little green space where people from the community or other places can come and relax”.
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