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1. 2A 19P Freehold Land situated at Scott Road, FLANAGIN TOWN
2. Three (3) contiguous parcels of Freehold Land known as Sea Front Lot, Lot B1
and Lot B2 comprising 5,000 sq. ft., 2,481.5 sq. ft and 4,982.29 sq.ft
respectively situate off Road Reserve, Sand Ocean Road, MAYARO.
3. 1,840 sq. M Freehold Land situated at Lot No. 1 Albert Trace, off Caroni South
Bank Road, Kelly Village, CARONI.
4. 0.8133 ha State Leased Land situated at Plot #11 on a Road Reserve, off
Hindustan Estate Road, La Gloria Estate, NEW GRANT.
5. 0.7993 ha State Leased Land at Lot #87 Felicity Estate 1, Felicity, CHAGUANAS.
√ Bids must be submitted on Official Bid Forms which are available at any Branch
of the ADB.
Sealed offers are to be deposited in the Tender Box located at: The Bank's Head
Office "ONLY" and addressed to:
Tenders Committee - Mortgagee Sales
Agricultural Development Bank
#87 Henry Street
Properties will be sold subject to all outstanding rates and taxes.
Subsisting contracts, tenancies or encroachment however formed and any other
outgoings that may be due at the time of the sale.
The properties are being sold "as is" without any responsibility of the Vendor to
provide statutory approval, surveying data or warranty on its suitability for use
for any particular purpose.
The Bank does not bind itself to accept the highest or any offer.
Unsuccessful bidders will not be acknowledged.
BIDS MUST FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES HEREIN GIVEN TO ENSURE THAT THEY
ARE DULY CONSIDERED.
Further information can be obtained at the following locations:
#87 Henry Street, Port-of- Spain
#29 Ramsaran Street, Chaguanas
#7 Cipero Street, San Fernando
Corner Young & Robinson Street
L.P #917 Eastern Main Road,
BIDS CLOSE AT 3.00 P.M WEDNESDAY 16TH SEPTEMBER 2015. 0827016
As the US Vice President con-
siders jumping into the 2016
White House race, the Demo-
cratic donor class appears rela-
tively united in its support of
front-runner Hillary Clinton.
"I like Joe Biden very much,
but it s time to line up for Hillary
and we are lining up," said Karin
Birkeland, a top Democratic
bundler for President Barack
Obama in 2012 who recently com-
mitted to Clinton. "She has by
far the best resume, she s ready,
she s younger and she s a woman."
Another Democratic bundler
who raised US$500,000 for
Obama in 2012 and who recently
decided on Clinton, was blunter.
"Joe Biden s ship has passed," said
the donor, who asked not be
named due to his respect for the
Biden s inner circle has been
working vigorously to reach out
to undecided donors, according
to sources close to the Draft Biden
Super PAC. A meeting with
potential donors is set to occur
after Labour Day.
On Monday and Tuesday,
Reuters interviewed 13 political
activists who are among the Dem-
ocratic Party s top donors and
bundlers. As recently as February,
when initially contacted by
Reuters, seven of them were
undecided, though all have since
thrown their support---and
Clinton s continued donor sup-
port comes as the controversy
surrounding her use when she
was Obama s secretary of State
of a private email account, which
operated outside the bounds of
the government s technology
security, has deepened. The FBI
is now probing whether the sys-
tem put classified information at
risk. Though Clinton, 67, remains
the front runner, ahead of insur-
gent Senator Bernie Sanders of
Vermont, her poll numbers have
The nominating contests start
next February, ahead of the pres-
idential general election in
Political pundits and consult-
ants argue that a Biden run could
further complicate the picture for
Clinton, providing an alternative
for the party s establishment wing in
the form of a tested statesman who,
at 72, many consider the Democratic
Party s eminence grise.
But while all of those interviewed
by Reuters expressed respect for Biden,
and said they felt deeply empathetic
about the recent loss of his son Beau,
46, to brain cancer, none indicated
that a Biden run would cause them to
switch allegiances. What s more, Biden
has never been a politician known for
his fundraising prowess---and many
experts predicted he would struggle
at this late stage to build, virtually
from scratch, a fundraising machine,
especially since Clinton has had so
much of the money locked up since
Even so, a billionaire, or wealthy
mega donor, could pour money into
a Super PAC, solving Biden s fundrais-
ing weakness overnight. Since 2010,
when the Supreme Court made a deci-
sion allowing outside spending groups,
known as Super PACs, to accept unfet-
tered sums, a wealthy donor can sin-
gle-handedly propel a candidacy for
as long as he or she is willing to fund
"Joe Biden---he s one of the most
beloved political figures in America,
on both sides of the aisle," said John
Morgan, a Lake Mary, Florida, lawyer
who raised US$1.7 million for Obama
in 2012 and who, in May, raised US$1
million for Clinton. "I don t think he
can beat her. But he can make her
better. He can mettle-test her."
Federal campaign finance filings
reveal that Clinton s fundraising efforts
have brought in nearly US$70 million
so far, putting her at second place in
the presidential money race behind
Republican Jeb Bush, who has raked
in a record-setting US$120 million.
About US$20 million of Clinton s
money comes from PACs affiliated
with her campaign, including a Super
PAC that has received US$1 million
contributions from such luminaries
as investor George Soros, Hollywood
filmmaker Steven Spielberg and phi-
lanthropist and finance executive Her-
So far, no mega donor has emerged
to back Biden, though none of the
donors thought that was a reason for
him to sit out the race.
"At this point, what else is his life
for?" said Morgan. "What else can Joe
Biden do? He can run for Beau."
"I like Joe Biden very
much, but it's time to
line up for Hillary and
we are lining up. She
has by far the best
resume, she's ready,
she's younger and
she's a woman."
a top Democratic bundler for
President Barack Obama in 2012
'Biden's ship has passed'
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