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MP Emmanuel: Why is the PM running from saying yes or no?

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Independent Member of Parliament (MP) Christophe Emmanuel on Tuesday questioned why Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs is running from answering yes or no on the question of the UN petition on decolonization.

Emmanuel noted that every time the Prime Minister is addressing the subject she uses a “word salad” to confuse the people and never gives a clear answer about where she stands on the petition.

“I have asked the Prime Minister, in Parliament and publicly to tell the people if she supports the petition yes or no. We don’t need a convoluted answer using a lot of words signifying nothing. All we get is running and deflecting and dancing around the question. Just a simple yes or no. Do you support the petition?” Emmanuel said.  

He said the only thing the Prime Minister has said is she has not read the petition, just the conclusion. He also wondered if the PM has finally read the document now that State Secretary Raymond Knops has used the petition as a reason to freeze liquidity support. “Did the Prime Minister also tell Knops she only read the conclusion? Or has she finally read it and can now present a position,” he asked.

MP Emmanuel said the PM and the coalition tried to create a false narrative that everything connected to liquidity support from the Netherlands are separate affairs and should be treated as such. This false narrative, he said, has consistently been contradicted by Knops who pointed out on numerous occasions that he had received assurances from the PM and the Chairperson of Parliament that they have majority support for the country packages and COHO. He added that the Prime Minister and her Faction Leader in Parliament also admitted in their press conference that everything is linked.

“So the games have to stop. Everything is connected. The country packages, the three laws on cuts, the COHO, everything has the same end result: the realization and establishment of the entity to administratively take over St. Maarten and change our way of life. Now even the petition is connected because the COHO is a central part of it. Government can twist and turn and dodge all it wants. Knops has made it clear that he considers all of it as one, ” MP Emmanuel said.



SINT MAARTEN (COMMENTARY – By Khalil K. Revan) - We are about over a year into the Covid-19 pandemic. The impact of this disease on our island nation has been nothing short of disastrous. The impact has meant 2134 confirmed infected cases with 27 deaths. Thousands have been pushed into poverty. Equivalently, thousands of jobs have been lost. This can be clearly reflected in the claim of the Minister of Finance indication of the severe increase in income assistance requests, the drastic increase in the requests for social welfare, and the tens of thousands receiving food aid by the various food aid agencies such as the Red Cross and K1 Britannia and civic and church organizations providing food for persons. The absence of these food programs and social assistance would have led to many being place into acute hunger.

Besides the immediate impact smack in our faces from this disease, the Covid-19 pandemic has laid before us all long lasting scars for us to bear for many years to come. Closed, and or partially opened schools, has halted children’s physical mobility and socialization. The collapse of many small businesses and lost jobs has led to the depletion of savings and assets, which thereby enhanced debt accumulation that has stunted investment and necessary social spending in the economy.

The social and economic burn from Covid-19 has descended down and spread through the working class and poor of this community like wild fire. The pain of this pandemic is layered on some infectious social and economic burdens that had already been eating away at the quality of life and the standard of living in St. Maarten.

An overcrowded school system with no clear direction that is not adequately preparing our children for the local or regional marketplace which has led to overburdened and overworked school teachers, a failed justice and labor system that promotes and reward employer abuse of the local job market and abuse of employees, the impact of climate change which has led to devastating hurricanes on our island and region alike, heightened increase in stress levels and violence throughout the community and a bloated government apparatus which failed to lend any vision for the direction of the country, has all created an economic stagflation pinching and punishing each and every individual at different times and intensities. But the pain and suffering has remained none the less.

Because of this individualistic government structure, the natural order of the day has been a reactionary look at each crises individually and place it in the lap of the respective Minister and ministry to find unilateral solutions to the challenges of the day. Often times they miss the direct consequences of their decisions and solutions or lack thereof. This failed model has missed the opportunity to identify interconnections of the challenges and the necessary solutions. Failures in Justice effect the School system, failures in the economy effect the social welfare system, and failures in infrastructure effect the health system and so on and so forth.

The government’s decisions and choices today on the heightened challenges of POVERY, HEALTH CARE, INEQUALITY, and CLIMATE IMPACT will determine our future for year to come. We need a better direction going forward to deal with the interconnected challenges born of the Covid-19 pandemic. A paradigm shift in the management structure in the way this government addresses challenges is necessary. It is high time they move swiftly and honestly with collective integrated responses to these challenges.

The State Secretary has presented a piece-meal country package that once again is an attempt at myopic individualistic solutions to the many challenges. We have seen that the Hon. Prime Minister has agreed to these solution in her response. However, the overall vision from this government on integrated solutions is still lacking. The resounding question throughout the community is “WHERE ARE WE GOING?”

The government’s silence in its failure to answer this question is deafening. The failure of a clear unambiguous vision combined with the limbo the Prime Minister and Parliament has placed this country in with their COHARIS CATASPTROPHY only exacerbates the crises the people of this country are facing. While the grass is growing the horse is starving. While the people are waiting on the proper leadership of this government on the preverbal field for the grass to grow, THE PEOPLE ARE STARVING.

Khalil K. Revan


Captain arrested on suspicion of human smuggling

SINT MAARTEN (GREAT BAY) - On Saturday March 27th, 2021, officers of the Immigration and Border Protection Services (IBP) together with the assistance of the Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard and the Prosecutors Office arrested the captain of a vessel by the name of "Anansi".

Officers of IBP were alerted by a concerned citizen to the presence of a foreign vessel docked at a Marina in Great Bay. Upon inspection of the vessel the officers encountered a gentleman in the vicinity who was later identified as the captain of the vessel.

It became evident that the captain did not report his arrival in Sint Maarten as is required by law as he could not show proof of his vessel’s clearance. The captain stated that he traveled to Sint Maarten with one passenger who was in possession of the Immigration clearance documents and that the person had already gone into Philipsburg. 

While the IBP officers were busy on the scene, they ordered the captain with initials P.E. to present himself to their office to show this proof however he failed to present himself in the time given.

The IBP authorities then alerted the Dutch Caribbean Coast Guard to be on the lookout for the vessel and its captain. The Coast Guard patrol encountered the vessel and the captain and with the permission of the public prosecutor, he was arrested on suspicion of human smuggling and handed over to the police for further investigation.

Incoming reports to the authorities stated that multiple persons were seen disembarking from the vessel however were already on the island.

Additionally, the captain’s statement had changed from his original statement whereby he stated that he was traveling alone and ended up in Sint Maarten after experiencing engine trouble and could not show proof of a passport or clearance documents. 

An investigation into this case is ongoing.


Traffic Department investigating two serious road accidents that happened over the weekend

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - The personnel of the Traffic Department are investigating two serious car accidents that took place over the weekend.

Airport Road Accident

The first accident took place on Friday evening March 26th, 2021 around 11:30 pm on the Airport road. Upon investigating into what transpired, it was discovered that the driver of a silver Suzuki was driving at a high rate of speed on the Airport road, going towards MAHO area. The driver of the Suzuki lost control at one point and collided with the white Hyundai coming from the opposite direction.  

Due to the collision both drivers were seriously injured. They were treated at the scene by the personnel of the ambulance and later requested to be transported to the Medical Center on the French side of the island. Both of the vehicles that were badly damaged were later removed by the towing company.

Illidge Road Accident

The second serious incident occurred on Sunday evening March 28th, 2021 around 11:20 p.m. on the A, Th. Illidge road. According to the preliminary investigation, it appears that the driver of a gray SUV was driving at such a high rate of speed that he lost control of the vehicle while going towards the Amsterdam Shopping Center. The vehicle slammed into the bus-stop located at the side of the road and the SUV rolled over several times before coming to a complete stop.

Both the driver and the passenger suffered serious injuries. They were treated by the personnel of the ambulance and later rushed to Sint Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) for further treatment.

Driving above the speed limit is a common practice for many motorists on Sint Maarten. This illegal behavior vastly increases the risk of losing control of a vehicle and causing an accident.

Even a small increase in speed can result in a much higher risk of being involved in a collision or other type of accident. As such, it is essential for motorists to be aware of the speed at which they are traveling and stay within the legal limits. (KPSM)

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OM SXM: Fights around schools unacceptable and punishable

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Fights involving minors outside of school premises are unacceptable and punishable by the Court as a recent verdict by the Court of First Instance highlighted, the Public Prosecution Service (OM SXM) said in a statement on Monday. Three minors were sentenced March 18, 2021, to community service of 60 to 100 hours for mistreating another minor in fight outside of their school in January 2021. The sentence is partly conditional, and dependent on the minors not becoming involved in any future (school) fights.

The sentence strongly reinforces the stance of OM SXM that violence in and around schools is not acceptable, and will not go unpunished. The basis for these fights are often laid during school hours, escalating to violence at the end of the school day when the minors are just outside of the school ground. Minors are usually still in their school uniforms at the time of such incidents.  

The March 18 verdict places all three girls under the supervision of the Court of Guardianship for one year. The Court of Guardianship will monitor the completion of their community service hours with selected projects/organizations as well as their general supervision.

The sentence of community service is often imposed as an alternative to incarceration (prison). This avenue gives minors an opportunity to reflect on their actions while serving their community in a meaningful way. OM SXM hopes that their sentence will aid them in making better decisions in the future.

Violence in and around school is prioritized by the Joint Committee on Youth and Crime JCO. This committee is composed of representatives from OM SXM, the Police Force of Sint Maarten KPSM, Foundation Judicial Institutes St. Maarten SJIS, the Court of Guardianship, and the Truancy Office of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Youth and Sports. The committee’s goal is to coordinate policies and case strategies in an early phase to prevent crimes committed by the youth.


Domestic dispute leads to one arrest

SINT MAARTEN (ST. PETERS) - The Sint Maarten Police Dispatch Center received a call on Sunday, March 28, 2021, at approximately 08.30 am, regarding an altercation that was taking place in St. Peters, the police in a Sunday evening media report.

When the police patrols arrived on the scene, they were met by a woman who informed them that she got into a verbal altercation with her live-in companion, which escalated into a scuffle.  

She also explained to the officers that her companion destroyed most of the furniture in their home.

After a short investigation by officers, it was concluded that the victim was physically assaulted by the suspect.

The suspect with initials A.D. was arrested and brought to the police station in Philipsburg where he is being held for further questioning.

The Sint Maarten Police informs persons choosing to engage in abusive actions that they will be held accountable. You alone are responsible for your behavior; it is easier to just walk away from a heated situation than risk being arrested. There is no excuse for abuse, the police statement reads.

If you or anyone you know maybe in need of police assistance in a situation of relational abuse, called 911 for immediate assistance or if you wish to remain anonymous, leave a message on the tip line by dialing 9300.

Persons can also send a private message via Facebook Page: Police Force of Sint Maarten - Korps Politie Sint Maarten or website:

There are also other sources of help on the island such as Safe Haven. (KPSM)


Prime Minister Jacobs and Préfet Gouteyron discuss synchronization of current health protocols and vaccination strategy

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs attended a high-level meeting together with Préfet Délégué for Saint Martin and St. Barths Serge Gouteyron and his support staff. Joining Prime Minister Jacobs were Head of the Department of Interior and Kingdom Affairs Angelique Gumbs, Head of the Department of Foreign Affairs Patrice Gumbs, and support staff. During this meeting, the synchronization of Dutch and French St. Martin’s current health protocols and vaccination strategy, travel restrictions, and the Platform for the realization of the proposed St. Martin United Congress were discussed.

Préfet Gouteyron expressed that the Regional Health Agency (ARS) is currently preparing to increase its vaccination rollout plan for French Saint Martin. In the interim, the ARS will be opening a temporary vaccination center in French Quarter on Saturday, March 27, to vaccinate persons who are 75 years and older and persons with underlying conditions. Currently, Louis Constant Fleming Hospital is open daily for vaccination of these persons as well. Collective Prevention Services (CPS) and the ARS have committed to synchronize their communication plan to encourage a wider portion of the population to get vaccinated. Préfet Gouteyron is also working diligently to get the go ahead from the vaccination roll out management of the State to adjust the implementation phases to be on par with St. Maarten’s. Prime Minister Jacobs stated, “Currently we are in phase 4 whereby all persons are eligible to receive the vaccination, however priority will be given to registered person in phases 1-3. All persons are encouraged to register to be vaccinated as soon as possible on both sides of the island.

Prime Minister Jacobs gave an update concerning the changes to Dutch St. Maarten's travel restrictions, while those on French Saint Martin have remained the same. She also took the opportunity to inform Préfet Gouteyron of the opening of the COVID-19 Testing Center located at the Princess Juliana International Airport.

On the topic of the Platform for the realization of the proposal for the United Congress for St. Maarten, Prime Minister Jacobs highlighted the importance of ensuring that St. Maarten, the Collectivité of Saint Martin as well as the Préfecture, are included in decision making on all matters that affect the people of French Saint Martin due to the differences in authorities. As it relates to the finalization of the platform, “Technical assistance is already at work and as such our local technical teams must now get together to advise on the best way forward for us to make joint decisions that relate to us in order to move St. Martin forward as a collective,” stated Prime Minister Jacobs.

“As St. Martin continues to make strides in maintaining our active COVID-19 cases at a minimum and vaccinating a large amount of our population, it is of paramount importance that these monthly meetings which have proven to be fruitful, continue with the presence of a representative of the Collectivité as well due to the shared authorities,” concluded Prime Minister Jacobs.


Management by Innovation in the Caribbean

SINT MAARTEN (COMMENTARY - By Cdr. Bud Slabbaert) - We have a challenge on our hands but being able to handle a challenge creates strength. Employment is needed for a healthy economy since it creates buying power and enables us to afford the things we want. We also need to create a brain-gain, whereby well-educated Caribbeans return home and bring the expertise and knowledge that we need. We need a unique global sustainable industry development with a secure return of investment!

My suggestion is to develop large floating platforms. Why not grow coffee beans? Because coffee beans are a commodity. People on the land pick the beans and some others do the packaging. They work hard but make little money. Brokers and speculators on commodity markets abroad are making the big money. Producing commodities doesn’t create talent; no skills needed, thus no specialized teachers needed. Forget commodities. We need something specialized, highly valued and significantly priced whereby we can deal and negotiate directly with the client. It should be made in the Caribbean. It should involve employees from all levels of educational backgrounds. It should inspire young people and open training opportunities. You may think that building large floating platforms or even mega-platforms is the idea of a dreamer or someone from a different planet, for one because the Caribbean does not have mega-space for building mega platforms.

Nothing that is mega, is built out of one piece. There is an option to build in modules; the more modules attached to each other, the more mega a structure becomes. No accurate cell count has been done but estimates of the number of cells in a human body vary from five to 68 trillion. A trillion is 1,000,000,000,000. Even when you were born and your mama held you in her arms, you were already a bundle of 1-5 trillion cells. I’m thinking of a float that consists of only 20-400 modules. It will take more individual parts and components to put float together for a particular function. An Airbus 380 is constructed of approximately ‘only’ three million (3,000,000) parts. Major structural sections are built in France, Germany, Spain, and the UK and are done in sixteen cities with accessories that are imported from various parts of the world. Eventually, the A380 is assembled in one location.

The Wright Brothers ran a bicycle shop and built the first flying gadget that was called an aircraft. Imagine in their day and age if they had suggested that future planes will be built out of 3 million parts and carrying more than 800 passengers, they would have confined the Bro’s at “Happy Acres” and fed them three times daily with a teaspoon. My point is not to put limitations on what can or cannot be done. If construction is done modular, how can the modules be brought to other Caribbean islands? If it is a floating component, use a tugboat! And if it should go beyond the Caribbean, then what? How do most imports come to the Caribbean? By container ship! So, what is the option to export our modules? When built in container size sections, they can be shipped from the Caribbean all over the world. At their destination port they can even be loaded on truck or train and become a floating solution in land locked lakes. It will take Caribbean engineers to travel abroad and supervise the assembly.

Who is going to figure that all out? In a human body there is a department on the top floor called the brain. For our project we are going to create something similar, and we will call it ‘Research and Development Center’. Isn’t that what the brain does: observe, find out, react, and act? To put our brain together we need the equivalence of neurons. Specialists will become our ‘neurons’. Where will we find them? There are some exceptionally talented people in the Caribbean. If they are willing and able to subscribe to the mission and vision of the project and they have the passion and creativity to turn challenges into opportunities and further into results, they may be just the right people. There are well educated Caribbeans in various parts of the world who may want to return and contribute with the knowledge and experience they have acquired abroad. To make it complete, we also need the talents from non-Caribbean. They may be our guests for a short time; we may like them so much that we want to hold on to them a bit longer. Once we have the highly intelligent human resources on board, we can start training others in our community. It is not going to happen in a wink. Call it a plan for now but, the sooner the initiative is started, the sooner results will come.

“Why would I want to invest in the Caribbean?” Was the question how the story started? Either you are closing your eyes to a situation you don’t wish to acknowledge or, you are not aware of the caliber of opportunity that is growing here. We are in the process of growing ‘Human Capital”. I put ‘Human Capital’ in the category of ‘Own Capital’. Own capital funds are generally a condition for outside financiers. Without sufficient responsible own capital resources, outside capital givers are not ready for a payment. With the Research and Development Center we are creating a vault of ‘Own Human Capital’. Great, now we’ve a group of geeks restrained in a room and call it our brain center. What enlightenment are we confronted with next?

Whether building floats in one piece, modules, or container sized segments, where will it be done? A wharf is needed. It doesn’t have to be huge if things are built in modules. It requires engineers, but we cannot have all Chiefs and no Indians, so, we need jacks of different trades which means that there will be new employment opportunities of various kinds. I have made impact studies in the past; trying to put a figure on the socio-economic impact that activities of an operation have. It’s difficult if there is no operation yet. One can do some guessing that is so intelligent that it becomes quite realistic. Just some brief points here. Additional employment creates more buying power. A new industry means that suppliers and service providers are needed. Some of those services will be developed by entrepreneurs of the island. We develop a unique global industry; due to the uniqueness, companies from abroad may wish to be closer to the action and set up a representation. That is what is called cluster development and those clusters also have a socio-economic impact. They are amplifiers, pumping more decibels in an existing composition.

I invented the expression ‘Management by Innovation’ since it wasn’t found yet in MBA-coursework. It is my concept by which management aims to develop and maintain a leadership position in the market by actively looking for new ways and questioning existing ways internally and externally. It is totally different than ‘Management by Numbers’ which I consider to be ‘Management for the Ruthless’ and utterly unintelligent. I see it as the most effective way to get rid of the most brilliant and dedicated minds. The result of managing a business by the numbers is that engagement, creativity, and innovation get lost. It looks for saturation, like consuming large portions of fattening food and becoming obese. It is about out-proportioning to gain weight. It may be a great concept for managing a Japanese Sumo wrestling team but let it be known that the life expectancy of a Sumo is at least 10 years shorter than the average Japanese male. They develop diabetes, high blood pressure, and are prone to heart attacks. The stress on their joints causes arthritis.

With the intelligent concept of ‘Management by Innovation’, I dare to say that the Caribbean could become a hub of science and technology. “Gosh. If we are becoming so freaking smart, maybe we can do more with it,” you might think. Yes, you can hold intellectual property rights and get royalty payments from newly developed technologies and innovations, while enjoying being with your family in the Caribbean.


Who will rescue the people from the PM?

SINT MAARTEN (COMMENTARY – By Cecil Nicholas) - Dear editor: The Council of State has reviewed the COHO consensus law which was propped up by the honorable Prime Minister Silveria Jacobs and has found it wanting. The Council’s findings will lead many in the governing coalition to begin their high-stepping, back-patting, and congratulatory nods for their perceived personal / political victory.

However, the real question is how does their personal / political victory translate into tangible relief for the citizens of this country during this COVID-19 pandemic. The realties being faced by a multitude of families on this island who are struggling to put food on the table and meet their monthly financial obligations will not be reflected in the fake victorious verbiage and sound bites that will resonate in the media in coming days.

While the political rhetoric that is to follow may boost the egos of the weak, excuse me, meek, the average citizen is overwhelmed with fears of what the next few months will bring with regards to their abilities to continue to meet there financial obligations for basic survival on a monthly basis .

Knowing that they have the ability to put food on the table, pay for the roof over their heads, job stability, earning a livable wage to maintain their livelihood, the ability to see a doctor and not have to pay out of pocket, and confidently sending their children to school knowing that there in a safe learning environment, is paramount on the minds of the people right now.

While the Council of State report may give credence to the petition to the U.N. submitted by the parliament of St. Maarten, please take note of the entire content and context of the report, as therein lies the unveiling of the defensive strategy that is going to be used against the petition.

In the same breath, the people of this country would like to know when the unveiling of a plan of action that addresses the concerns that are on the forefront of their minds be reviewed and debated on the floor of parliament.

While In victory mode please explain to the people of this country what the Council of State means by it supports the aim of the kingdom Act to make the economies and public finances of the countries healthy, strengthen public administration and improve the conditions of the population of Aruba, Curacao and Sint Maarten as it relates to your supposed victory against the COHO law.

Does the findings of the Council that the State Secretary’s approach was literally inappropriate, and it doubts whether the setup he had chosen would have lead to successful results, give any relevance to the governing coalition’s so call victory and approach for attaining a healthy economy, and public finances?

Does the coalition’s so call victory strengthen public administration and improve the conditions of the population? Oh I’m sorry, the “victory” against COHO had nothing to do with having a plan other than, Holland we need money at all cost.

Prime minister Silveria Jacobs signed on to the country package including COHO, and has already begun to implement some of the measures stipulated in COHO, without recognizing that “the division of responsibilities and powers (her powers) between COHO and the government and between COHO and the financial Supervision were unclear, I’m guessing because, Holland we need the money at all cost was at the forefront of her mind.

The Council of State also found that the COHO had far-reaching powers that belonged to the local national administration (local government) and also questioned how COHO could be a Dutch independent body while functioning under the directive of the minister of interior and kingdom relations, in essence making him the prime minister of Sint Maarten. But that’s ok says the our PM I accept, take my position, because Holland we need the money at all cost.

The Council of State also notes that the powers of the Minister of Interior and Kingdom Relations were unlimited because not only did it place him as the director of COHO, but also as the director of the national administration of the county (The Prime minister of St. Maarten boss) replacing parliament as the body approving decisions. But again it’s ok, let me initial all the pages of the agreement and sign says our PM, because Holland we need the money at all cost.

The COHO law also gave the Netherlands the ability to change the rules of the game at will, any time during the 7 year period of its implementation by using compliance to any changes as the trigger for support. That too was agreed to by the Prime minster because Holland we need the money at all cost. If this is how the prime minister deals with indecent proposals, I am not surprised that a plan to address the none political issues confronting her people has never materialized.

If the Prime Minister was willing to let herself be steam rolled and sidelined without taking a principle stand on any of the many infraction or her rights and abilities to serve her country and its people as the leader of government, how can the people of this country expect her to stand up for their needs, wants and aspirations to be able to not only provide for their families but thrive in their own country.

Who’s going to ensure that the issues that are on the forefront of the minds of the people of this country and their family’s not get trampled on and sidelined while our government celebrates fake political / personal victories agree to and signed on to by Prime Minster Silveria Jacobs.

The council of state rescued the Prime Minster from her own signature, the more pressing question is who is going rescue the people of Sint Maarten from the signature of the prime minister.

Cecil Nicholas

NOTE: The content of the commentary is the sole responsibility of the author.



TelEm Group carrying out underground cable repairs in Welgelegan Road Saturday

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - TelEm Group technicians and contractors return to the Cay Hill area this Saturday (March 27th 2021) to once again carry out maintenance works – this time, they will be replacing damaged and corroded underground cables on the main road to the St. Maarten Medical Center, Welgelegen Road.

Work crews were in Cay Hill last Saturday where they successfully upgraded a telephone cabinet in the vicinity of Kooyman, on the AJC Brouwers Road.

This Saturday, a work crew will be replacing corroded telecommunication cables lying underground on the Welgelegen Road.

Work is scheduled to begin at 6:00 am in the morning and end at 4:00 pm - weather permitting.

TelEm Group says, during the time of works, service to homes and businesses along the Welgelegen Road will be affected, including the Cay Hill Sports Complex. The following roads may also be temporarily interrupted at different times of the day:

  • Puma
  • Bison
  • Antilope
  • Hyena
  • Jackal
  • Cougar

TelEm Group Manager, Outside Plant, Mr. Cyril Priest says Saturday’s works will once again be on the company’s copper network, and apologizes to customers in Cay Hill for any inconvenience that will be caused all interruptions in service Saturday.

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