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Meeting 6

Meeting 5

Meeting 4

Meeting 3

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development.

No. 1: Has Government entered into any legally binding agreement with the Dart group of companies relating to the sale, exchange or transfer of Crown land.

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development.

No. 2: Has the Cabinet of the Cayman Islands approved the terms of the “For Cayman Investment Alliance”.

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development.

No. 3: How is the 2011/2012 Budget performing against projections.

Meeting 2

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development

No. 1: What steps is Government taking to address the concerns identified in the Miller/Shaw Report regarding Government’s contingent liabilities.

No. 2: What recommendations from the Miller/Shaw Report are being implemented by the Government.

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Honourable Minister of Education, Training and Employment

No. 3: How much has been spent on the construction of the new John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses since May, 2009.

No. 4: What is the scope of the current construction management contract relating to new John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses and –

  1. On what basis is the construction management company being remunerated; and
  2. How much has been paid to the construction management company so far.

No. 5: What is the status of the legal proceedings commenced by Tom Jones International against the Government for breach of contract arising from the contracts to construct the Clifton Hunter and John Gray School campuses.

No. 6: What are the reasons for the delay in completing the Clifton Hunter and John Gray School campuses and what is the predicted date of occupation for each.

No. 7: To provide a detailed list of the changes made to the design of the John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses since May, 2009 and the costs of the redesign, including architectural and other fees.

No. 8: What provision is being made to provide lunch and other snacks to students and staff at the new John Gray and Clifton Hunter School campuses.

No. 9: In percentage terms, how complete are the new John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses.

The Second Elected Member for Bodden Town to ask the Deputy Premier, the Honourable Minister of District Administration, Works, Lands and Agriculture

No. 10: What are Government’s plans for relocation of the government land fill and/or waste management facilities.

The Elected Member for East End to ask the Deputy Premier, the Honourable Minister of District Administration, Works, Lands and Agriculture

No. 11: How many miles of public road have been resurfaced with asphalt in Cayman Brac in 2010/11 and at what cost.

The Elected Member for East End to ask the Honourable Minister of Community Affairs, Gender and Housing

No. 12: What is the stipend paid to the Chairman and Board Members of the National Housing Development Trust.

No. 13: Has the stipend paid to the Chairman and Board Members of the National Housing Development Trust been increased since May, 2009, and if so, by what authority.

No. 14: Have the affordable homes being constructed in East End by the National Housing Development Trust been completed, and if so, why are they not occupied.

No. 15: How many applications have been received for purchase of the affordable homes constructed by the National Housing and Development Trust in East End.

No. 16: What is the criteria for purchase of the affordable homes constructed by the National Housing Development Trust in East End.

No. 17: What is the National Housing Development Trust’s policy regarding life and home insurance coverage for applicants for the affordable homes.

The Elected Member for East End to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development

No. 18: Is the Government negotiating or proposing to negotiate with Dart Enterprises or any Dart related entity for the sale or exchange of any Crown land in the Cayman Islands.

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Deputy Governor, the Honourable Member responsible for Internal and External Affairs and the Civil Service.

No. 19: Are public servants permitted to sign petitions for people-initiated referenda.

No. 20: What is the status of Deputy Commissioner Rudolph Dixon’s claim against the Cayman Islands Government.

No. 21: What is the status of former Inspector Burmon Scott’s claim against the Cayman Islands Government.

No. 22: How many public servants are currently still employed by the Cayman Islands Government but are not actually working because they have been suspended or otherwise required not to report for work.

State Opening & Budget Meeting

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development

No. 1: What steps is Government taking to address the concerns identified in the Miller/Shaw Report regarding Government’s contingent liabilities.

No. 2: What recommendations from the Miller/Shaw Report are being implemented by the Government.

No. 3: What were the terms and conditions under which the Government received loans totalling $128 million from Cohen and Co., LLC over the course of the 2010/2011 financial year.

No. 4: What concessions or other inducements have been offered or are being considered with respect to the proposed development by the Hon family, known as Cayman Enterprise City.

No. 5: Now that the Government has terminated the Framework Agreement with GLF for the development of a cruise-ship port in George Town, what are Government’s plans to provide improved cruise-ship berthing facilities in Grand Cayman.

No. 6: Is the Government prepared to hold a referendum on whether major dredging should be permitted within the North Sound.

No. 7: Has the Government commissioned an Environmental Impact Study on the likely effects of major dredging, the widening and deepening of the channels into the North Sound and the creation of artificial islands within the North Sound.

No. 8: Has the Government agreed or is it presently negotiating a Memorandum of Understanding or other agreement involving dredging or other development of the North Sound.

The Honourable Leader of the Opposition, the Third Elected Member for George Town to ask the Honourable Minister of Education, Training and Employment

No. 9: How much has been spent on the construction of the new John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses since May, 2009.

No. 10: What is the scope of the current construction management contract relating to new John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses and –

  1. On what basis is the construction management company being remunerated; and
  2. How much has been paid to the construction management company so far.

No. 11: What is the status of the legal proceedings commenced by Tom Jones International against the Government for breach of contract arising from the contracts to construct the Clifton Hunter and John Gray School campuses.

No. 12: What are the reasons for the delay in completing the Clifton Hunter and John Gray School campuses and what is the predicted date of occupation for each.

No. 13: To provide a detailed list of the changes made to the design of the John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses since May, 2009 and the costs of the redesign, including architectural and other fees.

No. 14: What provision is being made to provide lunch and other snacks to students and staff at the new John Gray and Clifton Hunter School campuses.

No. 15: In percentage terms, how complete are the new John Gray and Clifton Hunter campuses.

The First Elected Member for George Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development

No. 16: What steps are being taken to improve the economic forecasting ability of the Government.

No. 17: Following the visit of Mr Keith Luck and his subsequent report, what is Government doing about the government accounting system and the Public Management and Finance Law.

The Second Elected Member for Bodden Town to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development

No. 18: What is the Government’s policy regarding public access to the foreshore and beaches in the Cayman Islands.

The Second Elected Member for Bodden Town to ask the Deputy Premier, the Honourable Minister of District Administration, Works, Lands and Agriculture

No. 19: What are Government’s plans for relocation of the government land fill and/or waste management facilities.

The Elected Member for East End to ask the Deputy Premier, the Honourable Minister of District Administration, Works, Lands and Agriculture

No. 20: How many miles of public road have been resurfaced with asphalt in Cayman Brac in 2010/11 and at what cost.

The Elected Member for East End to ask the Honourable Minister of Community Affairs, Gender and Housing

No. 21: What is the stipend paid to the Chairman and Board Members of the National Housing Development Trust.

No. 22: Has the stipend paid to the Chairman and Board Members of the National Housing Development Trust been increased since May, 2009, and if so, by what authority.

No. 23: Have the affordable homes being constructed in East End by the National Housing Development Trust been completed, and if so, why are they not occupied

No. 24: How many applications have been received for purchase of the affordable homes constructed by the National Housing and Development Trust in East End.

No. 25: What is the criteria for purchase of the affordable homes constructed by the National Housing Development Trust in East End.

No. 26: What is the National Housing Development Trust’s policy regarding life and home insurance coverage for applicants for the affordable homes.

The Elected Member for East End to ask the Premier, the Honourable Minister of Finance, Tourism and Development

No. 27: Why has the Ministry of Finance decided not to produce financial reports for the 2008/2009 financial year.

No. 28: Is the Government still supporting the proposed development of a port in East End by Mr Joseph Imparato and/or entities owned by or controlled by him or in which he has interests.

No. 29: Is the Government negotiating or proposing to negotiate with Dart Enterprises or any Dart related entity for the sale or exchange of any Crown land in the Cayman Islands.