Bahamas: Condo Complex Shut With Repairs On Hold

THE Coral Beach Condominiums in Freeeport remain closed due to hurricane damage and hundreds of winter residents have not been able to come to Grand Bahama this season.  Repairs at the 200-unit complex are on hold until Condominium Association President Bruno Rufa receives permission from the Immigration Department to come and deal with the repairs.  In October and November, Mr Rufa’s attorney requested permission from the Director of Immigration William Pratt for him to be allowed entry to the country to deal with repairs at the condominiums following the passage of Hurricane Matthew.     Read the article………………


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