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Public Works Department staff have been checking areas of Seven Mile Beach following reports of vials of blood and syringes washing ashore due to the passing of Tropical Storm Eta.
The Optimist Club of George Town recently teamed up with members of the Public Works Department to spruce up the Airport Park.
A new Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing office in West Bay, improved transportation and enhanced cybersecurity were among the items Minister of Commerce, Planning and Infrastructure Joey Hew touched on during his address to the Legislative Assembly Wednesday.
The apprentice training facility being built on the Public Works Department compound and set to open early next year, was visited earlier this month by Minister for Planning Joey Hew, who was updated on the progress of construction which began this summer.
The needs of downtown George Town remain myriad, residents heard once again Thursday evening.
Eight apprentices graduated from the Public Works Department and the Cayman Islands Further Education Apprenticeship programme Wednesday.
It will take another $2.04 million on top of the $2.5 million already spent for government to complete the Church of God Bodden Town, the large concrete structure on Shamrock Road that is intended to serve as a multipurpose hall and hurricane shelter.
A part-built structure, that has been puzzling beachgoers in Bodden Town for several weeks, will eventually be home to a new seaside craft market, the Public Works Department confirmed Wednesday.
Government has appointed Niasha Brady as the deputy director of operations at the Public Works Department, effective from Jan. 1.
In recent weeks we have noticed, with a certain degree of satisfaction, that we have not been noticing certain nuisances around Grand Cayman that heretofore have been irritating us to no end.
Prisoners are helping to create a new children’s playground in West Bay.
Almost all of the 518 people who applied for seasonal work will benefit from the National Community Enhancement Winter Project, which is currently under way.
North Siders came together on Saturday, just as their representative predicted they would, and completed the first phase of giving their primary school students a proper playfield.
The Cayman Islands government has appointed a “George Town manager” as part of its plans for a new revitalization project to breathe new life into the islands’ capital.
The Public Works Department has launched an online service that enables residents to book cabanas at all of Cayman’s 12 public parks and seven public beaches.
Hazard Management Cayman Islands Director McCleary Frederick is retiring after 36 years in civil service. Mr. Frederick began his work for the Cayman Islands Government in 1981 as a trainee draftsman for the Public Works Department.
Call it the plan before the storm. Various agencies of the Cayman Islands government came together Wednesday to conduct the annual hurricane exercise, a drill to ensure that everybody is prepared for their role in confronting a major storm.
Continued erosion along the northern and eastern end of Kaibo Beach in North Side district is a concern of government, and potential fixes are being reviewed, Planning Minister Kurt Tibbetts confirmed Wednesday.
The wreck of a makeshift Cuban watercraft that was beached in South Sound on May 6 remained there Wednesday, after officials had pledged to remove it.
Starting June 1, private collection and recycling company Junk, owned by former Deputy Premier and Minister of Education Rolston Anglin, will no longer service Cayman’s seven recycling depots.
In preparation for the hurricane season, the Public Works Department and the National Roads Authority will conduct shuttering exercises beginning this week.
A new four-lane track is now under construction at the Bodden Town Primary School.
Focusing on exuding professionalism, aptitude and motivation, Year 11 students at John Gray High School recently took part in mock interviews as part of the school’s Career Activities Week. The event was designed to inform students about the prospects available to them in the workforce and what it takes to be competitive in a global marketplace.