Name: McKeeva Bush
District: West Bay
Affiliation: Cayman Democratic Party
CANDIDATE IN THE NEWS
A number of “stalled” developments, particularly along Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach corridor, may be able to get under way now that laws regarding how high those structures can be built have been clarified, according to a recent legal analysis.
In the Jan. 4 issue of the Compass, the minister of tourism published plans to get a consultant for the South American tourism market. In that article, the PPM minister tries to make it look like proper work was not done before on the matter of promoting the country in that region. Not so!
Complimentary tickets for Saturday’s Island Rumble – attended by Philippines boxing legend Manny Pacquiao – were being handed out Friday at the Progressives Bodden Town MLA office, according to text messages sent around last week.
Considering that the Coe Wood Beach kiosks had an estimated price tag of $15,000, can anyone blame us if we are less than confident in government’s ability to execute major projects, such as the downtown cruise dock or the George Town Landfill solution, each of which will cost hundreds of millions of dollars?
The annual senior citizens social, hosted by the West Bay Community Council and West Bay MLAs McKeeva Bush, Capt. Eugene Ebanks and Bernie Bush, attracted more than 600 people when it was held on Dec. 17 at the Sir John A. Cumber Primary School Hall.
My fellow Caymanians, it is with a grateful heart that I address you at the dawn of this New Year.