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Topic: $200 million cruise berthing and cargo project
Regulations that rezone an area of marine park into an port anchorage area will not adversely impact the marine environment, Port Authority Director Joey Woods says.
Cayman’s Court of Appeal has declared the 2019 Port Referendum Law to be compatible with the Constitution and has refused to grant Shirley Roulstone permission to appeal the decision before the Privy Council in the UK.
Grand Court judge Tim Owen has quashed the referendum law that was passed in the Legislative Assembly for a vote on government’s $200 million cruise berthing and cargo project.
Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell continues campaign for the cruise berthing and cargo project as he outlined the new Cayman Islands National Tourism Plan 2019-2023 on Friday.
Attorneys challenging the vote on the cruise berthing and cargo project have said local legislators breached their duty by failing to enact a general framework for holding referendums.
Swimmers of all ages took to the water off Eden Rock Sunday afternoon to support the conservation of the popular George Town dive and snorkel site.
Government’s amended port referendum question is a welcome change for the team behind the legal action challenging the vote on the $200 million project.
Government says it has "tweaked" the question it plans to use for the referendum on its proposed $200 million cruise berthing and cargo project.
Chief Justice Anthony Smellie grants Cruise Port Referendum Cayman member Shirley Roulstone a protective costs order. It shields her from paying government's legal costs should her action over the vote on the port project fail in the court.