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The public is hereby notified that Construction
Works will be conducted on Jean Trace
Extension, Malabar, Arima from January 23rd,
to February 25th, 2015 in order to improve the
drainage infrastructure of the area.
As a result, the trace will be closed-off to the
general public during this period.
The public is kindly asked to use alternate routes
and exercise caution when in the vicinity of the
Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.
Chief Executive Officer
PUBLIC AUCTION SALE
THURSDAY 22nd JANUARY 2015 at 9:00 A.M.
at CORYAL Health Centre, Coryal
FRIDAY 23rd JANUARY 2015 at 10:00 A.M.
at County Health Administration Building.
Naparima/Mayaro Road. Rio Claro
Upon the instructions of the Eastern Regional Health Authority, I will
offer for sale by public auction on the dates and places mentioned
above the following unserviceable items:
Refrigerators, Washers, Dryers, Air-condition condensers, evaporators
and compressors, Suction machines, Waiting chairs, PA systems,
Filing cabinets, General-purpose chairs, Swivel executive chairs,
Swivel arm-chairs, Television sets, Blood-pressure machines,
Examination lights, Microwave ovens, Exercise bikes, Tread-mills,
Lockers, Office desks, Fans, Baby scales, Water pumps, Dell computer,
Dell monitors, Printers, Projectors, Power back-ups, Wall mounted
Ophthalmoscope, Fetal Doppler, Oxygen gauges, Diascan machines
AND MANY OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Dated this 13th day of January 2015
Terms and Conditions of Sale:
1. Goods being sold "As Is, Where Is"
2. Goods to be sold to the highest bidder on the fall of the hammer
3. Payment of bids to be made to ERHA's Cashier by CASH only
4. Goods are being sold subject to an auctioneer's handling charge
5. Goods are to be removed immediately upon payment of bids and
6. Auctioneer and/or ERHA do not hold themselves liable for any loss
suffered to goods not removed immediately after sale
rity Secretary Jeh Johnson
acknowledged concerns Friday that
terrorists might use the visa waiver
programme to enter the United
States, and said his department is
taking steps to address weaknesses
in the programme.
Johnson told an aviation industry
luncheon that he doesn t want to
discard the programme, which makes
it easier for Americans to travel to
friendly countries and for citizens
of those countries to travel to the
"It represents an important ele-
ment of lawful commerce between
and among our international part-
ners," he said.
But he noted that some of those
countries also have citizens or legal
residents who have left to fight or
train with terrorist groups in the
Middle East, Asia or Africa, then
returned home intent on violence.
For example, some citizens or res-
idents of France and Germany have
traveled to the Middle East to fight
or train with al Qaeda or Islamic
State militants. The concern is that
those fighters will return to their
home countries and from there travel
to the US.
In November, the department
added new information fields to the
electronic system for travel autho-
risation, Johnson said. He said he
has also asked his staff to tighten
the security assurances the US has
with countries that participate in
the waiver programme.
"To deal with the foreign fighter
potential, the foreign fighter threat
presented now globally, we need to
develop more robust information
sharing with our key counterterror-
ism allies overseas to share infor-
mation about individuals of suspi-
cion," Johnson said.
"There is much work to be done."
Foreign fighters already known to
the US are less likely to enter the
US without a visa than those
unknown to intelligence agencies.
For example, the two brothers French
authorities said conducted the deadly
attack on the Charlie Hebdo news-
paper in Paris---Said Kouachi, 34,
and his brother Cherif, 32---were
already on the US no-fly list. Said
Kouchaci had traveled to Yemen and
Cherif Kouachi had served 18 months
in prison for recruiting militants to
fight the US in Iraq.
Johnson said the 15 Customs and
Border Protection clearance centers
established at overseas airports to
screen airline passengers bound for
the US have been successful. The
centre the agency opened last year
in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates,
prevented 450 people from boarding
planes to the US, including several
who were on the terror watch list,
he said. Some US airlines opposed
the Abu Dhabi centre, saying it ben-
efited their Middle Eastern com-
Homeland Security chief: Visa
waivers fears to be addressed
In this December 18, 2014 file photo,
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh
Johnson speaks in Arlington, Virginia.
Johnson said Friday he's concerned
that terrorists might use the visa
waiver programme to get into the
United States through countries with
which the US has friendly relations,
and his department is taking steps to
address weaknesses in the
programme. (AP PHOTO)
on the Charlie
on the US no-
fly list. Said
fight the US
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