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Posted by:Oct 1st 2009, 12:35:31 pm
KimberlyThe last I heard, local government's years-long efforts to have specific areas and buildings within Dunmore Town actually protected and set aside as historical buildings is STILL locked in Parliamentary limbo in Nassau, presumably waiting for hell to freeze over.

As a citizen of Harbour Island, you have every right to inquire of local government OR the central administrator as to what the status is of that proposed protection.

-- Kimberly
Posted by:Sep 30th 2009, 10:35:22 am
hobiecatBriland has so much history, I hope more join in the efforts to guard Briland's historic treasures.
Posted by:Sep 29th 2009, 08:03:56 pm
ash12i take it that nobodie,s taking notice of the old clinic building being refurbished externally!I thought it was an historical monument. some inquiring minds on the island wants to know, but scared to ask! thinking that they may get fired!

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