tgrogan at cisco.com
Mon Apr 1 14:46:10 EST 2002
For that it's worth, the following was posted about two months ago, on the
There is a proposal to move all of the commercial shipping, including Exxon
& Texaco (with their tanker trucks) out to the East End -- the Ironshore
Gardens/Blow Hole area to be specific -- a HUGE commercial dock/marina.
Residents will not only have no roads left, but will have an amazing view
commercial shipping industry, including the huge freighters that will be
sitting offshore, unable to get into the dock (those who have been diving
the East End
know how iffy the waters can be there). THEN they propose building a huge
dock system in the George Town Harbor so they can have up to TEN (10) cruise
ships docked there each day.
Department of Environment, P.O. Box 486 GT, Cayman Islands, B.W.I. -
Arden McLean (Government Officer for the East End) - cteam at candw.ky
McKeeva Bush - Minister for Tourism, Environment & Transport, Government
Administration Building, George Town, Grand Cayman, B.W.I.
345-244-2458 - jacui.bush at gov.ky
Business Development Manager, US CA Field Marketing
Cisco Systems, Inc.
725 Alder Drive, Milpitas
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San Jose, CA 95134-1706
email:tgrogan at cisco.com
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