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October 21, 2013


larry smith

From a correspondent: The business plan seems to be a continuation of what already failed in places like Emerald Bay Exuma and the Ginn project in Grand Bahama. Take a little island, throw out the magic word 'jobs' and build the biggest thing you can get on the land while no-one is paying attentjon to the environment or what the people of the island actually want.

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