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Friday, February 19, 2010

Big Surprise: Reporting CZMU In Hot Seat

"AN INTERNAL AUDIT of the Coastal Zone Management Unit (CZMU) by the Accountant General has unearthed several irregularities.
Investigations by the WEEKEND NATION have revealed that CZMU's director Dr Leo Brewster was called before the Accountant General to explain, among other things, the awarding of contracts for work within his department without adherence to the Financial Management and Audit Act, or the Financial Rules, 1971..."

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  1. Maybe now the truth will come out about how the groynes got approved without an EIS.

  2. Oh!! ha ha,the truth will out perhaps,but dont hold your breath.

  3. I feel so sorry for Roy Lee pictured in the post before this one. He is literally living in mortal fear that the shack he lives in can be swept out to sea at any minute. And to think his plight may be a consequence of the greed of others in high places is unconscionable. The Great House spent half million dollars last year on repairs to their seawall but even they are fed up and are selling out and moving on. Most people in Road View and Mullins have heard to soto voce rumours of there being more in the mortar than the pestle by way of the approval process for the groynes, but everybody kept quiet for fear of getting a tax bill they could not afford or worse. I thank KNRX for keeping this blog and pressing the issue of the groynes. These revelations today indicate there may yet be light at the end of the tunnel.


    "COMMISSIONER OF POLICE DARWIN DOTTIN yesterday confirmed that they had launched an official investigation into the financial supervision of the Coastal Zone Management Unit (CZMU).

    Dottin told the DAILY NATION the matter had been passed on to them and they were looking at it. He said, in response to a query, that it would be "premature" at this time to say when that investigation would be concluded..."

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