Letter to the Editor: Blackadore Caye addresses Hurricane Earl
Sunday, August 14th, 2016
The Blackadore Development Group is saddened by the devastation left behind by Hurricane Earl. We know that many people, including some of our own workers, lost so much, including homes and that flooding continues to be a threat for many of our local brothers and sisters who live along the coast. Nonetheless, we are glad that there were no lives lost and proud to see how everyone has been working around the clock to do all that can be done to restore a sense of normalcy. As well, we are pleased to see the resiliency of the Belizean populace and the camaraderie and bravery shown as everyone continues to work together.
We look forward to working with the local community the help to build back our nation as we too, continue to assess the damages to Blackadore Caye. As always, the Blackadore Development Group remains ready and willing to assist however possible.
Thanks once more for your commitment to building back this great nation. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. Together as one.
Dionne Chamberlain (Dr.)
Public Relations Representative
Blackadore Development Group
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