Long Island


Prime Minister Minnis opens Passport Office on Long Island

LONG ISLAND – Prime Minister the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis opened another satellite passport office on Friday 19 March as part of the Government’s initiative to strengthen family island communities by investing in services and infrastructure. The newest Passport Office, located in Clarence Town, is the third to be opened across the Family Islands

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  • REMARKS: The Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Opening of Long Island Passport Office Clarence Town, Long Island – 19 March 2021

    Ladies and Gentlemen: Good Afternoon.  It’s a pleasure to be back in Long Island.    From Cape Santa Maria to Gordons, Long Island is a wonder to behold.   Since 1740, when the Simms relocated to this island gem island, situated in the Central Bahamas, Long Islanders have earned the reputation of being self-reliant, resilient, industrious, hardworking

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  • The Most Hon. Hubert A. Minnis, M.P. Prime Minister and Minister of Finance The Commonwealth of The Bahamas Remarks on Replacement of Newton Cay Bridge

    – Hon. T. Desmond Bannister, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works; –  Hon Adrian Gibson, M. P. and Chairman, Water & Sewerage Corporation; –  Senior Government Officials; –  Family Island Administrator; –  Distinguished Guests; –  Ladies and Gentlemen: Good morning. It is a pleasure to be with you today to officially declare open two

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  • The Most Hon. Hubert A. Minnis, M.P. Prime Minister and Minister of Finance The Commonwealth of The Bahamas Remarks on The Official Opening of Monument Road Long Island

    It is a great pleasure to be with you on the occasion of the official opening of the Monument Road. Monument Road serves as an access to the popular Columbus Monument landmark, which was erected to commemorate Christopher Columbus’ landing on Long Island. The new road is a part of the Government’s efforts to promote heritage tourism for

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  • Prime Minister Minnis opens two infrastructure projects for Long Island – Newton Cay Bridge and Monument Road part of plan to improve infrastructure across Family Islands

    LONG ISLAND — Prime Minister and Minister of Finance the Most Hon. Dr. Hubert Minnis today officially opened two infrastructure projects for Long Island – the Newton Cay Bridge and Monument Road.  The bridge crossing at Newton Cay provides access across a small creek from northern Long Island to the spectacular beach of Newton Cay. 

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