Posted: Monday, February 22, 2021. 10:31 am CST.
By Aaron Humes: Area representative for Caribbean Shores and Minister of Home Affairs, Kareem Musa, plans to investigate the titling of a reserved property along the seashore in West Landivar to a company months before general elections.
But of more immediate concern is the removal of a series of stone “pillows” and what appear to be posts that block a long-established boat launch area used by residents of the area for decades.
As Musa spoke to the press in the area this morning, a truck belonging to Tek Multiservice Limited arrived and indicated they would remove the obstructions which had been placed there last Thursday.
According to Musa, Tech paid some $2,000 for the property, which runs from the boundary with nearby Dolphin Park to the edge of the adjoining street. However, there is no notice that the area was de-reserved as part of the larger reserve which runs from Moho Caye to the campus of the University of Belize, the former University College of Belize.
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