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Nature Foundation Partners with Community Members to Host First In-No-Plastic Beach Clean-ups

SINT MAARTEN (COLE BAY) - This past week, the Nature Foundation partnered with the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) and the St. Maarten Tourism Bureau alongside the Real Madrid Foundation to organize two beach clean-ups. These two clean-ups were a part of the Nature Foundation’s newest project In-No-Plastic and took place on Mullet Bay Beach and Belair Beach. Participants collected a total of 446 kilograms (984 pounds) of debris from the shoreline. 

“AUC and Real Madrid students went above and beyond with picking up the trash. We are thankful for their help and commitment to keeping St. Maarten’s beaches clean. The Real Madrid students were very competitive, with some groups digging out a boat hull from the sand, weighing 30 kilograms (66 pounds),” stated Alice Manley, project coordinator for In-No-Plastic on St. Maarten. 

The clean-up with AUC on Saturday July 24th at Mullet Bay Beach, was a part of their Community Action Day, organized by the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. Community Action Day takes place every semester, and the clean ups are an essential contribution to St. Maarten. The AUC students used the Nature Foundation’s reusable burlap sacks to collect the litter, picking up a total of 223 kilograms (492 pounds) of trash alongside the road and on Mullet Bay. The litter picked up included plastics, paper, wood, aluminium and various other items. The prizes gifted to the teams who picked up the most trash included reef friendly Raw Elements Sunscreen products donated by Agrinature Caribbean. 

The clean-up partnered with Real Madrid on Wednesday July 28th, was located at Belair Beach during World Nature Conservation Day. Real Madrid has collaborated with the St. Maarten Tourism Bureau, the Sports Department, and Flames United Football Club SXM to give back to the island’s youth. Several young students participated in games and competitions while cleaning up the garbage on and around the beach with the Nature Foundation. Collectively, the students picked up an astounding 223 kilograms (492 pounds) of garbage. The litter picked up included car parts, boat parts, plastics, paper, wood, aluminium and various other items. Teams that picked up the most garbage received Nature Foundation prize packs. 

“We would like to thank AUC, Real Madrid, and the Tourism Bureau for their commitment to helping keep our beaches clean. The In-No-Plastic project will be hosting more events like this around the island. If you are a teacher or a group leader, do not hesitate to contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to organize clean-ups with your students,” continued Alice Manley.   

In-No-Plastic is a three-year EU funded project within the Horizon 2020 framework programme, with the goal to develop and demonstrate nano-, micro-, and macro- plastic clean-up technologies in the aquatic ecosystems. This project will incorporate technical and social strategies on St. Maarten’s lagoons, shores, and shallow sea water. Within this project, the Nature Foundation will bi-annually test the water for micro plastics, host more beach clean-ups around the island, and incorporate a blue economy using an App on Sint Maarten. An association of 17 partners and 10 different countries in Europe and the Caribbean. The Nature Foundation will work alongside the Dutch Caribbean Nature Alliance (DCNA), a participating partner with In-No-Plastic.

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MP Buncamper: Land or property tax for who all exactly?

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - Member of Parliament (MP) of the United Sint Maarten (US) party MP Claudius Buncamper is questioning who the suggested property tax will apply to, the MP said on Thursday in a press statement. “This query comes at the heels of the presentation in Parliament by CFT which stated that Property Tax should be implemented in St. Maarten.

“I was somewhat surprised at the hard stances several MP’s have already taken regarding the land tax or property tax issue. While the CFT stated clearly that the recommendation of the IMF to impose some sort of land or property tax is understandable, because of its consistency on the books, I strongly believe we need to put that in perspective and explain what is expected from such a tax,” Buncamper suggests that it is necessary to understand whether it is the intention for the proposed property tax burden to be carried by the residence of St. Maarten who are already carrying all the tax burden on St. Maarten, or whether this time around, this tax burden will indeed be spread, and the property or real estate tax will be used to tax those who are not contributing to the Government’s Treasury.

“The current situation is as such that there are no restrictions for non-residents to own or purchase property, but this group does enjoy the benefits that the Country provides. The consequences of this includes the high cost of property which disadvantages the residents or locals, but that is a discussion for another time.”

Member of Parliament Buncamper would like the Government to explore the possibility of imposing a real estate tax on non-residents so that they too contribute to the treasury. While this may seem discriminatory, it is positive for the country and the residents and finally allows the country to tap into a revenue source currently not being enjoyed. Buncamper states that such differentiation is applied in other countries, so there should be no issue.

“We don’t collect revenue from AIR BNB, and this for me is rather unclear, but we can create our own revenue source for this sector, as the properties cannot be hidden in an offshore account”.

“This may just be the solution says MP Buncamper, to still collect a tax from foreign owned properties being rented and generating rental income on St. Maarten, while thus far none of that income remains on the island, or at least does not reaching the government’s coffers and as such does not help to pay the bills of the country.

The MP states that in other countries all timeshare owners (in the USA for sure) pay property tax, so the concept is familiar and should not be a deterrent for wealthy foreign investors who want to own a little piece of paradise.

According to the USP Member of Parliament Claudius Buncamper, he clearly stated in the July 7th meeting with the CFT, that he could not support land or property tax in its present form. “We must bear in mind that having absolutely no property tax, land tax or restrictions of any kind on foreign investors, causes the market price for property to be driven by the buying power of the wealthy foreign investors. The result is, that locals are unable to afford land in St. Maarten; are unable able to qualify for a mortgage to buy property (yes for a car of course) and as such have a very difficult time building wealth; own an asset for which the value can actually increase or which can be used as collateral to invest in other assets; and this is what contributes to the growing disparity in wealth, concludes Buncamper.

“As a landowner this law will not personally benefit me as it can drive the land prices down. My decision is based on the job I’m presently fulfilling; being a parliamentarian and placing country above self.
While many of us might dislike the authors/proposers of the tax proposals please remember that the money generated is for the country and not the authors of the law. I truly hope to see a land tax proposal in the tax reform proposal the Minister of Finance is coming with to parliament prior to the budget 2022 debate so we can ensure we are all looking and moving in the right direction. Monies raised from such a taxation can easily remove the pensioners payment of taxes and social premiums starting January 2022,” MP Buncamper concludes.

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Motorworld: The New Generation Tucson Has Arrived

SINT MAARTEN (COLE BAY) - The much anticipated fourth-generation Hyundai Tucson is finally available at Motorworld, offering cutting-edge design, roominess, class-leading digital capabilities, dynamic ride and handling and excellent fuel efficiency.

The exterior styling of the new Tucson embodies the new Sensuous Sportiness design identity by the Hyundai designers. This can be seen from the crisp geometric angles on the Tucson’s side profile, creating a striking contrast and sleek silhouette.

The kinetic design theme doesn’t stop there, but is present all around the vehicle, with half-hidden triangular shapes in the taillamps and half-mirror type daytime running lamps (DRLs) that are blended seamlessly within the parametric grille.

On the inside, the new Tucson combines space, technology and information in ways that have never been done before. The layout of the cabin provides passengers with a feeling of openness, with a broad ridge dashboard and fully integrated center fascia that houses the 10.25-inch full-touch screen.

This combined with a multi-air ventilation system and an open, hoodless digital gauge cluster create a high-tech, fresh ambience and premium presence.

Highlights

  • LED Static Bending Head Lights
  • Parametric Hidden LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL)
  • LED Rear Combination Tail Lights
  • Smart Electronically Opening Power Tailgate
  • Rain Sensing Wipers
  • Panoramic Sunroof
  • 360 Degree Surround View Cameras

Safety Features

  • 6 Front Surround and Side Curtain Airbags
  • Blind Spot View Monitor (BSVM) Cameras
  • Blind Spot Collision-Avoidance Assist (BCA)
  • Lane Keeping Assist (LKA)
  • Forward Collision Avoidance Assist (FCA)
  • Electronic Parking Brake (EPB) with Auto Hold
  • Hill Assist Control
  • Downhill Brake Control (DBC)

Driving Experience

  • 0L Smartstream NU MPI Engine with 8-speed Automatic Transmission
  • Drive Mode Select (Eco, Normal, Sport)
  • HTRAC All-Wheel Drive System

Technology

  • 25 Inch Touchscreen with Full Touch Center Fascia
  • 25 Inch TFT Open Digital Supervision Cluster
  • Wireless Apple Car Play / Android Auto
  • Wireless Smartphone Charging Pad
  • Remote Engine Starter
  • 64-Color fully Customizable Mood Lighting
  • BOSE 8-Speaker Premium Audio System

The Tucson offers the following colors: White Cream, Phantom Black, Shimmering Silver, Silky Bronze, Titan Gray, Amazon Gray, Crimson Red or Ocean Indigo with interior options that come in black, grey, blue or brown and made of either cloth or leather material.

The different trims available include 17”, 18” or 19” Alloy Wheels with full sized spare, while all models come with 5 Years Warranty to give customers the ultimate peace of mind.

These are only some of the reasons why the new Hyundai Tucson has been named the mid-size SUV of the year by the Auto Express New Car Awards. It pushes the boundaries of the segment to reinvent everything, giving drivers a level of roominess, comfort and versatility that exceeds all expectations.

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Worker injured at the Cargo Facilities in Point Blanche

SINT MAARTEN (POINT BLANCHE) - The Police Force Sint Maarten KPSM together with Port St. Maarten safety officers are investigating an accident that occurred at the cargo section of Dr. A.C. Wathey Cruise and Cargo Facilities late Tuesday night.

Police Central Dispatch received a call on July 27, 2021, at approximately 9:00 pm about a in truck trailer that possibly struck a cargo vessel crew member. Police patrols along with ambulance personnel were dispatched to the location. 

At the scene, the person complained of pain in his back and lower body. He was tended to on site and then transported to Sint Maarten Medical Center. The victim's injuries are not life threatening. 

Following a preliminary investigation, it emerged that the man was walking behind a reversing trailer and was struck by the shipping container. (KPSM)

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Real Madrid Football Clinics have Successful Kick-off

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - The St. Maarten Tourism Bureau is pleased to announce the successful kick off on Monday July 26, where the organization FUNDACION REAL MADRID CLINICS DUTCH ANTILLES, together with the REAL MADRID FOUNDATION and our Local Partner Flames United FC, started the Real Madrid Foundation football clinic for boys and girls (6 until 13 years) which will run until Friday 30 of July 2021 on the friendly island of Sint Maarten.

The goal of the organization in conjunction with the Sponsors is to motivate the practice of football on the island as well as to encourage the values ​​inherent in the sport, to give them the opportunity to train as their idols do and contribute to their personal development. In addition, a great opportunity to grow the sport tourism sector of Sint Maarten.

The collaboration of the St. Maarten Tourism Bureau, Adidas and the main sponsor Coca Cola (CC1 Sint Maarten) provided the opportunities to some 65 kids to participate in the Clinic.

St. Maarten Tourism decided to support the clinic as this brings the tourism sector some benefits to the destinations that host the event. Economic boosts, both direct and indirect, are among these advantages. Destination exposure and awareness, direct spending by sports tourists at host facilities, hotels, restaurants, and entertainment venues stimulates the local economy. “Real Madrid is one of the top ranking football clubs in the world in performance and has the most social media followers 252.1 million, therefore we saw this as a real great opportunity to collaborate with the organization to expose the Destination in sector that spends on their favorite football team and support their events,” says May-Ling Chun Director of Tourism.

“I’m extremely pleased to welcome the Real Madrid Foundation to Sint Maarten. This is a wonderful initiative and one that the island should wholeheartedly support. Part of our socio-economic recovery plan includes fostering events like this which not only benefit our local economy, but, perhaps even more importantly, help develop our young people to become better in all aspects of their lives by instilling in them life-long positive values, such as teamwork, discipline, and fair play,” Minister of Tourism, Economic Affairs, Traffic, and Telecommunication (TEATT) Ludmila de Weever said. “And the fact that they get to learn these things by meeting world famous football icons from Real Madrid only makes it more special.”

“I congratulate local football club Flames United FC for this great initiative and for making it open to all of our local children. We hope to see more of these. Once again, I welcome the Real Madrid Foundation to Sint Maarten and I wish everyone a happy and fun time while learning footballing skills from some of the world’s best,” Minister of TEATT De Weever concluded. 

The clinics will be held from 16:30 – 20:20, these will be dictated by coaches from the Real Madrid academy with the collaboration of local coaches. The training plan is made under the methodology and philosophy of Real Madrid Academy, adapted to the level and needs of the participants.

The clinics will take place at Raoul Illidge Sport Complex in Phillipsburg.

One player and one Coach will be selected to travel to Madrid and be part of the Team who will represent Sint Maarten in the First Edition of the World Challenge Tournament to be held in the Real Madrid Sport City of Valdebebas, visit the club museum, visit the Santiago Bernabeu and witness a league match.

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Landfill management more efficient due to deliveries of heavy machinery to VROMI Ministry

SINT MAARTEN (POND ISLAND) - Over the past 24 months, the Ministry of Public Housing, Spatial Planning, Environment, and Infrastructure (VROMI) has obtained several pieces of heavy equipment machinery, all of which helps to improve the daily management of the country’s landfill.

The machinery, procured through the St. Maarten Trust Fund under the Emergency Debris Management Project (EDMP), includes a front-end loader, a bulldozer, an alternative daily cover (ADC) silo and applicator and, most recently, a new solid waste compactor worth US $740,000.

With the country’s current financial constraints, the purchase and delivery of this equipment provides cost saving to the Government of Sint Maarten, as it replaces the machinery that the VROMI Ministry was previously renting from third parties. The total value of all the ADC and landfill management equipment is approximately US $2.1 million. The Trust Fund will also fund preventative maintenance for all the purchased and delivered heavy machinery until the end of the EDMP project.  

“I am very pleased with the delivery of the compactor, which is an addition to the other pieces of heavy machinery already procured for the country’s landfill under the EDMP,” said National Recovery Program Bureau (NRPB) Director Claret Connor. “One of the project’s main objectives is to improve the management of our solid waste disposal sites and facilitate sustainable waste management solutions for Sint Maarten. This equipment is another step towards realizing this goal.”

“Management of the landfill is an essential task of the Ministry and I’m pleased to have received the necessary Solid Waste Compactor and other procured materials that contributes to the management and support of the EDMP project,” said VROMI Minister Egbert Doran.

With the purchase and delivery of the new solid waste compactor, all the requested heavy machinery included under the Landfill Improvement component of EDMP has been transferred to Pond Island. A handover ceremony for the new compactor took place on Friday, July 23, 2021.

The heavy machinery came in two types. The first related to ADC, which is a material used to cover solid waste to reduce odor, extinguish existing fires and minimize the chance of new blazes, and control vectors for disease, such as flies, birds, and rodents.

Through the Trust Fund, the Government of Sint Maarten received the ADC materials and a silo to store them safely and efficiently, as well as a large and small applicator to spread ADC on solid waste and a pick-up truck to move the applicators around the landfill.

The second type of machinery related to general landfill management, and included a front-end loader, a bulldozer, and the recently delivered compactor.

Additionally, personnel of the Ministry of VROMI received training as part of the EMDP. In August 2019, LSC Environmental Products -- the contractor of the ACD material and machinery – conducted trainings on ADC application and the specialized equipment’s operation and maintenance. In June 2021, RIMCO provided a similar training for the compactor, bulldozer, and front-end loader.

The EDMP is a project under the Sint Maarten Trust Fund, which is financed by the Netherlands, managed by the World Bank, and implemented by the National Recovery Program Bureau (NRPB).

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NRPB Director Claret Connor (center) handing the keys of the new solid waste compactor to VROMI Minister Egbert Doran (third right) in the presence of VROMI staff.

 

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MP Emmanuel: Bigger than me indeed!

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – Member of Parliament (MP) Christophe Emmanuel, an independent MP, has written an open letter sent to all media houses in response to that of Cloyd "Ohndae" Marlin which has been in circulation today, Tuesday. The MP does not know to which media outlets Marlin sent his letter, so he is sending it to everyone just in case.

The MPs letter reads as follows: “There are many political opponents who are frustrated with the fact that I continue to hold this government accountable through means available to all of us. It has come to the point where they, their soldiers and future candidates publicly display their frustration by stating I always have an article ready to go. I don’t know if to take that as a compliment, but I can inform Mr. Cloyd Marlin that I am always ready because his government is always predictable and predictably bad, including his Letter to the Editor. So yes, this response was ready too.

“It should not be lost on anyone that the National Alliance, former champions of “right is right and wrong is wrong”, are now condoning actions and norms that it once promised the people of St. Maarten it would never condone. St. Maarten in the past 10 years has undergone severe ridicule locally, in The Hague and internationally after being slapped with reports from Transparency International, being forced to establish an Integrity Chamber and criticized for bad corporate governance and policies steeped in “vriendtjes politiek” at our government companies.

“We have witnessed the detention and prosecution of well-known people and politicians in the community, sometimes for issues that could have been resolved in one afternoon at the tax office. But because Mr. Marlin sits on the opposite end of the political spectrum than I do, he writes that Ballast Nedam’s history should not matter in its securing of the airport reconstruction project. After everything we have gone through and defended, you would think we would have elevated our standards.    

“Mr. Marlin instead rolled out the predictable response; Chris trying to stop the project and stop people from eating. This argument is used to create the impression that this alone matters and I don’t care about people. Nobody at the airport is going to believe that drivel because they know who has been standing up for them from day 1, while members of Mr. Marlin’s party passed them straight when they were in Parliament like they didn’t matter, condoned the personal overspending by the CEO and denied workers proper pay and benefits.

“Today, Mr. Marlin pretends to show concern while trying to make a political point. I think he may be confused as to what party he is still part of. Their care for people has long disappeared through the insulting and condescending statements of the National Alliance Ministers towards our people on every level.    

“My questioning of the Ballast Nedam affair is very simple: Wrong is wrong. It should not be that the measuring stick for St. Maarten is yards long and that for the Dutch and its established entities is non-existent. It should not be that St. Maarten is made to adhere to current and made-up regulations for everything under the sun, while others, like Ballast Nedam and Windward Roads, can have a history of corruption and criminal convictions which is not taken into account when it wants to operate on St. Maarten for a commercial benefit. We are called to account for anything that they suspect to be corrupt going back decades. In fact we are punished for this. But we cannot hold them to the same standards.

“If according to Mr. Marlin, the past doesn’t matter, then why has so many of our people been prosecuted and persecuted to the point that destroyed their lives and that of their family? Why, as rumors would have it, are others being mentioned in an old BTP investigation? Why is the history of individuals used to disqualify them from becoming Ministers in the screening process to become Minister, even when something happened when that person was a just teenager? Why does the World Bank have its policies against engaging with companies involved in corrupt practices and has a criminal history? In other words Mr. Marlin, what exactly is your point?

“As a selling point for his argument, he mentioned that Ballast Nedam will ensure employment as if this is a favor that these company do when they employ persons from the local workforce. Every company, local or foreign, is supposed to employ persons from the local workforce. It is the duty of the government to ensue this is adhered to, as it is the same government how would be requested to approve foreign work permits. Mr. Marlin as expected tried to use employment as a launching point to justify contracting Ballast Nedam, as if every company would not have been obligated to do the same.

“To publicly dismiss and, worse yet, condone proven fraud and corruption, is the worst form of ignorance. Everyone, my person included, wants to see our airport returned to its glory days. If this government was transparent, honest and forthcoming by simply answering questions, perhaps there would be no need to question procedures at the airport which have clearly been operating under a shroud of mystery for months. I get that Mr. Marlin condones and applauds these actions, because he feels it might work in his political favor, but it goes against the very foundation we are trying to strengthen in this country.

“If they are going to apply measures and regulations on my country and people, they should abide by the same. When they do not or appear that they do not, this MP will continue to push for answers in an attempt at forcing accountability.

“The late, great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once stated: "Nothing in the world is more dangerous than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity." He meant that willfully making a decision to live in error, conscious of the wrongs, is very dangerous to any society. We should demand better for St. Maarten,” MP Christophe Emmanuel concludes.

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MP Buncamper: Corporate Governance for whom exactly?

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) – “It’s with much dismay that I read about the events that are surrounding the most recent dismissal of the Managing Director of the PJIAH and the 2 board members of the PJIAH,” United Sint Maarten (US) party Member of Parliament (MP) Claudius Buncamper said in a statement on Monday.

“In a simple term I would say it’s disgraceful. Disgraceful because government professes to be transparent, integer and honest, but makes these decisions for which the motive is questionable for more reason than one.

“Let’s start with the first reason, was the process in accordance with CORPORATE GOVERNANCE regulations, or is this a means to an end? Were Corporate Governance rules not established to prevent political victimization of members of supervisory boards and managing boards when governments change? Is this an unwritten or unannounced condition to funding? Or is there something else that fails the test of transparency? I can guarantee that this episode is far from over.

“ I call on the dismissed board members to take this to court including the Managing director of PJIAH and to also file a formal complaint at the Integrity Chamber, after all sine this chamber was born under forcefully conditions, and we are now also paying for, we might as well have them look into this latest questionable move of the Jacobs Cabinet. This first question would be whether this latest decision to sack 3 locals passes the corporate governance test and meets the standards of the, so called, hands off approach. I will venture out in advance of the results of this test to state that the words corporate governance should NOT be used by this government until it understands the meaning and the responsibility of those who are to adhere to it.

“The USP faction will be calling for a Public Meeting of the Parliament of Sint Maarten regarding the manner in which the government is victimizing people with their take of corporate governance and outright abuse of power. Playing with advices of the Corporate Governance Council when it suits them will stop in one way or the other. To go after board members just to please others will not be tolerated nor accepted by the USP members of parliament. I call upon all those being victimized to expose this publicly so all can read it for themselves as the split tongue talks need to be confronted with the truth.

“We will be asking for a full investigation into the abuse of power by those responsible for the manner in which the corporate governance is being applied in this country. I recently questioned the application of corporate governance by the government in connection with TeLEm, GEBE and WINAIR. I so specifically asked if proper corporate governance was being adhered to at PJIAH; the results of the verdict of the court in first instance which overturned the suspension of the director is clear evidence that government was dead wrong at that time. So it is with good reason that we questions the government’s understanding of the corporate governance rules.

“The timing of this decision is most notable during the recess. While meetings can be called, the chance of making quorum is challenging, a fact the government is quite cognizant of. But I can assure the government and the people of St. Maarten, that not only is this episode not over, but after this one, there will be more. To the government, don’t count on your chickens coming home to hatch just yet. USP will call a meeting and handle this matter the way the law prescribes and not based on a rogue government’s modus operandi. But let’s agree, rule for one, is rule for all!

“When I read the National Decree it states that the Corporate Council has no serious objection to dismiss the members. Quite an interesting choice of words for reasons warranting immediate dismissal as determined by the government. When we read the same CORPORATE GOVERNANCE COUNCIL’s ADVICES WITH SERIOUS CONCERNS ON OTHER APPOINTMENTS “THEY DON’T USE THEM”, BECAUSE THEY HAVE A CHOICE NOT TO, THEY STATE”. To state it simply, this is the same option the PJIAH board had when they didn’t agree with the proposed members of the PJIAE board; So must we conclude that in this case the appointment of particular board members is tied to receiving liquidity loans?

“The decree that establishes the dismissal of the board members of the PJIAH states one of the reasons for dismissal being that board members were not being invited to board meetings. I ask the government to carefully read relevant Telem and GEBE board documents, as I will be bringing them to their attention on the floor of parliament, in which members were not invited to board meetings as well, perhaps I missed it, but I cannot recall those board members being sacked as a result thereof. I suggest to the Council Of Ministers to look within their party ranks where such examples will be found.

“It is remarkable that the recently appointed board members by the Jacobs Government are asked to give an opinion and vote on the dismissal of 2 sitting board members. Although they were not part of or had any prior knowledge of the motivation of the board’s actions, they opted to follow the government’s position, while the one member who was excluded from the meetings (and represents Schiphol) didn’t request their dismissal and remained neutral. The government stated that it has lost trust in the board, a statement, in my opinion that is questionable. If this is what we call good corporate governance God help this country. Nonetheless, with the 2 new added board members, the presently dismissed members could not have done any harm as they would have been outnumbered. As such, how urgent are the reasons as stated by the government in the decree indeed? Perhaps the Corporate Governance Council’s statement “no serious objection” are not such interesting choices after all, rather revealing choices.”

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CM VISION to host exclusive LUXE Villa Party & AMNESIA Boat Ride on August 6. Tickets on Sale

SINT MAARTEN (PHILIPSBURG) - The newly established concierge and event service agency located on Sint Maarten will be hosting a weekend of events, CM Vision said in a press statement. “The company was designed for personalized travels to the island. From group travels to business getaways, party events and boat trips, CM Vision will make any experience as perfect and remarkable as possible.

“CM Vision is committed and dedicated to providing its clients with the highest levels of service. CM Vision will be hosting its LUXE Villa Party on August 6, 2021 and AMNESIA Boat Ride on August 7, 2021. 

“The all-inclusive LUXE Villa Party is scheduled for Friday from 8:00pm-12:00pm with entertainment by DJ OutKast and DJ Mix Master Pauly. A Shuttle service will be provided from the Great Bay Parking Lot. Tickets are $100.00 and are limited to 100 persons due to the Covid-19 social distancing protocol. 

“The party continues on Saturday with the Premium all Inclusive AMNESIA Boat Ride from 10.00am, with entertainment by DJ Big Boss, DJ Maestro, DJ Main Event and DJ JP. Boarding starts at 10.00am at Bobby’s Marina. Tickets are $100.00 and are limited to 100 persons. All ticket purchases can be done online via the website: www.cmvisionconcierge.com.”

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