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1. 7,600 sq. ft. of Freehold Land situated at Riverside Road, Fonrose Village, RIO CLARO
2. 468.2m2 of Freehold Land situated at Lot B Southern Main Road, CHATAM
3. Two (2) contiguous parcels of and comprising of 683.3m2 and 464.5m2 of Freehold Land
situate at Lot #11 and Lot #12 respectively on a Road Reserve, Off Fort George Road,
Indian Walk, PRINCES TOWN
4. 5A of Freehold Land with building thereon situated at Cushe Village, Charuma Road,
5. 40,808 sq. ft. Freehold Land with buildings thereon situated at #36 Longdenville Old
Road, Longdenville, CHAGUANAS
6. 2 contiguous parcels comprising 12,401 sq. ft. Freehold Land with buildings thereon
situated at Lot #8A and Lot #8B situated at Pascal Road, PIPARO
7. 12,551.7 sq. m. Freehold Land situated at Lot#2, Corner Arch Trace and Thomas Ross
8. 39,105 sq. ft. Freehold Land situated at Lot No. 8 Sherwood Park Trace, Carnbee, TOBAGO
9. 0.8193 ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #521 Edinburgh, CHAGUANAS
10. 0.7993 ha of State Leased Land situate at Lot #87 Felicity Estate, Felicity, CHAGUANAS
11. 2.0744 ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #21, La Compensation Estate, CARAPO
12. 0.8095 ha of State Leased Land situated at Lot #574, Edinburgh North Area 2,
Sealed offers are to be deposited in the Tender Box located at: The Bank's Head
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Agricultural Development Bank
#87 Henry Street
Port of Spain
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.
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.
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Further information can be obtained at the following locations:
#87 Henry Street, Port-of- Spain.
23-4767 / 8
#29 Ramsaran Street, Chaguanas
#7 Cipero Street, San Fernando
L.P #917 Eastern Main Road,
BIDS CLOSE AT 3:00PM ON WEDNESDAY 29th JUNE 20160609019
Rodriguez still has an injured shoul-
der, it didn t prevent him from lifting
Colombia into the Copa America
Rodriguez scored a goal and set up
another in the first 30 minutes, and
Colombia clinched a berth in the next
round with a 2-1 victory over Paraguay
on Tuesday night.
Colombia became the first team to
secure advancement to the knockout
stage of the tournament with stellar
goaltending from David Ospina and
another dynamic performance from
Rodriguez, who shook off a shoulder
problem that made his availability a
game-time decision at the Rose Bowl.
The Real Madrid midfielder pro-
pelled Colombia to its second win in
two matches, following the 2-0 vic-
tory over the United States last week
in which Rodriguez was injured.
"With (Rodriguez) being such a
great star with so much transcendence
and desire, we had to be very prudent,
but we never wrote him off," Colombia
coach Jose Pekerman said through a
translator. "Not until this morning
did we realise he was well and he
could play. We re lucky he recuperated
Victor Ayala scored Paraguay s first
goal of the Copa America in the 71st
minute on a long shot past Ospina,
who still made a handful of jaw-drop-
ping saves to keep Los Cafeteros in
Despite a few defensive struggles,
the world s third-ranked team has
lived up to its billing so far stateside
with a fluid, attacking game built
After Carlos Bacca scored on a
header from Rodriguez s corner kick
in the 12th minute, Rodriguez found
the net with an exceptional shot after
a long scramble in the box in the 30th
Paraguay was much better in the
second half, but Ospina stopped
everything except Ayala s exceptional
"We got the result we wanted, and
that always gives us great confidence
in what we re doing," Pekerman said.
"It s clear to me that we had a great
first half, and Paraguay had a great
second half. We had to up our game.
Paraguay made us quite uncomfort-
Colombia wraps up group play
against Costa Rica in Houston on Sat-
urday, while Paraguay travels to
Philadelphia to face the Americans.
Paraguay must beat the home team
to stay in contention for advance-
"It took us a little while to get
going," Paraguay coach Ramon Diaz
said through a translator. "I think we
respected them a little too much. ...
Our team needs to remember what
we did in the second half, because
we can do it again (against the US)."
Paraguay will have to win this
weekend without midfielder Oscar
Romero, who was sent off with his
second yellow card in the 81st minute.
Diaz was furious with Brazilian referee
Heber Lopes decision.
"We hope the refs don t make as
many mistakes as they did today,"
Diaz said. "Romero is one of the better
players of the tournament."
Paraguay tested Colombia s defense
throughout an entertaining game, but
La Albirroja don t have a player with
the skills of Rodriguez---or the reflexes
of James brother-in-law, Ospina.
After Bacca put Colombia ahead
with another goal in his strong run
of recent play, Rodriguez showed off
his skill with his team-leading 16th
goal for Los Cafeteros. Surrounded
by defenders, Edwin Cardona tipped
the ball outside to the charging star,
and Rodriguez slotted a pinpoint shot
into the far corner of the net.
Ospina, the Arsenal backup, made
a fingertip save in first-half injury
time to deflect Dario Lezcano s short
free kick off the crossbar. He was even
better in the second half with a flying,
one-handed deflection of a header in
But Ospina could do nothing
against Ayala, who trimmed Colom-
bia s lead and made the final minutes
Paraguay s task became tougher
when Romero was sent off in the 81st
minute, getting his second yellow card
in three minutes after a defensive
sequence in which he pulled roughly
on Rodriguez s jersey and wrapped
both arms around Guillermo Celis.
"I think we respected them a little
too much," Diaz said. "We were very
close to tying up the game. (The play-
ers) are actually quite angry and dis-
appointed, because there was such a
difference between the first half and
the second half."
The Rose Bowl crowd of 42,766
was dominated by yellow-clad fans
from Los Angeles vibrant Colombian
community and beyond. They gath-
ered in Arroyo Seco several hours
before kickoff for food, music and a
celebration of a serious champi-
at Copa with 2-1
win over Paraguay
second half of a
Group A soccer
match at the
2-1. AP PHOTO
"We got the result we
wanted, and that
always gives us great
confidence in what
we're doing," Pekerman
said. "It's clear to me
that we had a great
first half, and Paraguay
had a great second half.
We had to up our game.
Paraguay made us quite
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