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CABINET OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS – POST MEETING SUMMARY

Government 28 Sep, 2021 Follow News

CABINET OF THE CAYMAN ISLANDS – POST MEETING SUMMARY

His Excellency the Governor Mr. Martyn Roper, OBE, chaired the meeting of the Cabinet held on Tuesday, 14th September, 2021 in the Cabinet Conference Room, Government Administration Building.

All Ministers and Members of Cabinet were present with the exception of the following person who was

absent with permission:

• Hon Samuel Bulgin, QC, JP, Attorney General. The Acting Attorney General, Ms Reshma Sharma, QC attended on his behalf.

At this meeting Cabinet:

• approved the purchase of land Block 80A Parcel 428 for the purpose of public beach access on Little Cayman;

• approved the renewal of a lease of land for supplementary car parking for WORC;

• approved the renewal of a lease of premises for the Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing at Breakers;

• confirmed the approval given by circulation in accordance with section 52 of the Customs and Border Control Act, 2018 for a waiver of import duty for Beacon of Hope Cayman Foundation Ltd.;

• approved the following appointments and/or reappointments to the Planning Appeals Tribunal (Grand Cayman): Mr. A. Steve McField as Chairperson, Mr. Richard Barton as Deputy Chairperson, Mr. Peter Broadhurst as Deputy Chairperson, Mr. Travis Ritch as Deputy Chairperson, Mr. Philip Boni as Deputy Chairperson, Mr. Alric Lindsay as Deputy Chairperson, Mr. Alexander Henderson as Deputy Chairperson, Ms. Cindy O’Hara as Member, Mr. Neville Aston Ebanks as Member, Mr. Arek Joseph as Member, Mr. Danny Owens as Member, Ms. Jenny Pacheco as Member, Mrs. Kimberly Ebanks as Member and Mrs. Kendra Foster as Member;

• approved the notice to extend the Prevention, Control and Suppression of COVID-19 (NO.2) Regulations, 2021;

• approved the notice to extend the Prevention, Control and Suppression of COVID-19 (Partial Lifting of Restrictions) (Travel and Boating) Regulations, 2021;

• reviewed and noted the Cayman National Cultural Foundation Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2019;

• reviewed and noted the Cayman National Cultural Foundation Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2020;

• reviewed and noted the Cayman Islands National Museum Audited Financial Statements and Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2020;

• reviewed and noted the National Gallery of the Cayman Islands Audited Financial Statements and Annual Report for the year ended 31 December 2020;

• noted the Tax Exemption Statistics for August 2021.

 

Published by the Cabinet Office on Wednesday, 22nd September 2021.


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