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Supreme Court officially declares current San Pedro Town Council 2018 Municipal Elections winners

The Belize Supreme Court decides on behalf of the San Pedro UDP Town Council after the PUP party challenges the March 2018 municipal election.

SP BTIA asks PUC to help resolve water supply issues in San Pedro Town

The San Pedro Belize Tourism Industry Association (SP BTIA) has issued a letter to the Public Utilities Commission requesting resolution between the two water service companies on Ambergris Caye, stating that for the last decade the island has been subject to extremely low to no water pressure not only during peak tourism season but is now becoming the norm in San Pedro Town.

UDP San Pedro Town Council sworn in

Amidst the controversy of the recent municipal elections in San Pedro, whereby the People’s United Party (PUP) is contesting the results at the Supreme Court for a new election, the United Democratic Party (UDP) swore in the newly elected San Pedro Town Council (SPTC) on Tuesday, March 13th.

UDP wins Municipal Elections in San Pedro Town; PUP questions results

Daniel Guerrero and his six United Democratic Party (UDP) Councillors have been declared winners of the 2018 Municipal Elections held on Wednesday, March 7th. However, that victory is being questioned, with allegations of discrepancies in the election’s official results.

Minister Heredia assures hospital in San Pedro by 2020

The rapid growth of the municipality has many island residents wanting a proper medical facility, which Area Representative and Minister of Tourism and Civil Aviation, Honourable Manuel Heredia Jr., hopes to complete by the end of his term in 2020.

Scheduled ground-breaking for island new school postponed

The ground-breaking was tentatively scheduled for that same Saturday, March 3rd, but due to unforeseen commitments from the Minister of Education, Honourable Patrick Faber, the event has been postponed with a new date yet to be announced.

UDP 7 celebrates pre-election rally in San Pedro Town

A day after the People’s United Party (PUP) Town Council Slate held their pre-election rally at the Honorable Louis Sylvestre Sporting Complex, the incumbent...

Letter to the Editor: My vote counts, so does yours

An election is how we hire our management team – we sometimes forget that they work for us, and spend our money. If you were hiring a team to run your household, property, or business, would you hire a team that: - Refuses to explain what they have done with your money for the past 6 years? - Refuses to answer to their shortcomings and plans are for another 3 years? - Ignores their employer?