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Dear collegues in the environment and heritage

Please find a letter that Mr. Patrick brought with him
Dear Editor,

Following the announcement by Louis Constant Fleming of the rejection of the campaign accounts, the group Union for Progress, through me, would like to reaffirm its support, confidence and loyalty to the President. This confidence is based on the conviction, which is as strong as ever, that he is the best choice to manage the changes that Saint Martin needs. We haven

I have noticed that the Lt. Governor has police officers living in his privately owned premises at Sunflower Road #1, Saunders, St. Maarten and nothing should be wrong with that at first sight. Nothing would be wrong if they were paying their own rent.

It s also public knowledge that Mr. H. P. Rogers and Mr. H. C. Rosalia are both police officers and are residing at Sunflower Road #1, Saunders.



Please grant me some space to voice my great concern in regards to the Island Council meetings on Saba. So far the Island Council have held three meetings after taking their oath of office and this must be encouraged as much as possible because at least we can see that democracy is also alive on Saba within the Island Council.

One of the most important assets in any country in the world is its human resources. Even though this item is not listed on the company

February 26, 2008

St. Maarten sometime in the future will become a country in or outside of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This means holding discussions with stakeholders on international levels which will by far surpass our present experience. It means raising the standards of our performance.

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