By Aaron Humes: Apparently, one man is the front for activities concerning the Commerce Bight Port, the minor principals in Recological Services Limited.
Brandon Raymond started as company engineer, became project manager and is now public relations and secretary and operated from residencies tied to a small shareholder in Belmopan and also a house owned by former area representative Frank Mena in Dangriga.
There also appears to be no paperwork for the companies involved from Belize to original partners SeaOne based in Houston, Texas, yet the company claims damages for its investments despite having, apparently, no bank accounts.
The principals believe COVID-19 wrecked the plans going forward. As for popular consultation, there was none; there was no existent plan for the development and re-opening of the Commerce Bight Port.
Shareholder Abram Froese told us that he has full confidence in the Government to settle the matter.
He also said it is up to Belmopan to decide on the way forward for the port, which is in a natural harbor and is excellent for delivery of products for shipping and exports, and will bring needed jobs for the people of the community.