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"THE WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY SUNKIST GARDENS WASTEWATER
TREATMENT PLANT COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER 2012"
1. Notice is hereby given that the Minister of the Environment and Water Resources, in
exercise of his powers under the above Acts, on the 12th day June of 2013 confirmed
without modification the above Order submitted by the Water and Sewerage Authority.
2. The Order as confirmed provides for the acquisition of the freehold interest in the land
and infrastructure comprising the Sunkist Gardens Wastewater Treatment Plant together
with all easements, rights of way and other appurtenances. The Water and Sewerage
Authority has made this Order in order to ensure the maintenance and operability of the
Wastewater Treatment Plant in the interest of public health and safety.
3. A copy of the Order as confirmed by the Minister and of the map referred to therein have
been deposited at the Legal Services Department, Water and Sewerage Authority, Head
Office, Farm Road, St. Joseph and may be seen during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.,
Monday to Friday.
4. The Order as confirmed becomes operative on the date on which this Notice is first
published. A person aggrieved by the Order may, by application to the High Court within six
(6) weeks from that date, challenge its validity. The grounds for the challenge can be
that the authorisation granted by the Order is not within the powers of the Water
and Sewerage Act Chapter 54:40 or that there has been a failure to comply with any
relevant statutory requirement relating to the Order.
All and Singular that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Ward of Naparima in the
island of Trinidad comprising Five Hundred and Thirty point Nine Square Metres (530.9 m²)
and bounded as follows:
On the North by Sunkist 10.06 metres wide on the South partly by Lot 59A and partly by a
drain and sewer reserve 3.04 metres wide and partly by a drain reserve on the East partly by
a drain reserve and partly by a drain and sewer reserve 3.04 metres wide and on the West
partly by Lot 59A and partly by Sunkist 10.06 metres wide and which said piece or parcel of
land is more particularly delineated shown coloured pink on the survey plan of Colvin Blaize
Trinidad and Tobago Land Surveyor dated 2nd May 2012 and annexed hereto and marked
"Plan referred to in THE WATER AND SEWERAGE AUTHORITY (SUNKIST GARDENS WASTE-
WATER TREATMENT PLANT) COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER 2012".
CONFIRMATION OF A COMPULSORY PURCHASE ORDER
The Water and Sewerage Act Chapter 54:40
and The Land Acquisition Act Chapter 85:01
TEL AVIV---Barcelona s star-
studded squad will take a break
from its regular preseason sched-
ule to visit Israel and the West
Bank this weekend on a two-day
The Spanish champions are due
to arrive in Israel tomorrow after-
noon, only hours after playing a
friendly against Brazilian club Santos
at the Camp Nou the night before.
Lionel Messi and new signing
Neymar are expected to be among
the players who will lead two foot-
ball clinics with local children.
When the trip was first
announced in February, Barcelona
chairman Sandro Rosell said he
hoped to centre events around a
peace match between Barcelona
and a mixed Israeli-Palestinian
team. But the proposed game was
cancelled after Palestinian Football
Association chairman Jibril Rajoub
objected to it.
Instead, the team will hold work-
shops with Israeli and Palestinian
children as well as meet Israeli
Prime Minister Benjamin
Netanyahu in Jerusalem and Pales-
tinian Authority President Mah-
moud Abbas in Bethlehem.
Barcelona will be at the Dura
Stadium near Hebron in the West
Bank tomorrow to hold workshops
and a series of mini-games in which
dozens of Palestinian children will
be given the opportunity to interact
with the players.
LONDON---Tottenham is breaking
its transfer record to sign striker
Roberto Soldado from Valencia.
The Premier League club said yes-
terday that a deal has been reached
with Valencia to sign the 28-year-old
Soldado, subject to a medical exam-
Valencia said that Tottenham has
met Soldado s buyout clause, which
the Spanish club s president, Amadeo
Salvo, said last week was 30 million
euros (US$40 million).
By paying that transfer fee, Tot-
tenham will be breaking its transfer
record for the second time this off-
season, having already signed Paulinho
from Corinthians for €20 million ($26
Soldado will be arriving at White
Hart Lane fresh from helping Spain
finish runner-up at the Confedera-
tions Cup, where he took his inter-
national tally to six goals in 11 games.
Soldado, who scored 80 goals in
146 appearances for Valencia, will
provide competition for Emmanuel
Adebayor and Jermaine Defoe up front
at White Hart Lane. Tottenham man-
ager Andre Villas-Boas could be
denied the services of Gareth Bale in
attack shortly, with Real Madrid in
talks with Tottenham to sign English
football s player of the year.
"It is very difficult to speak regard-
ing Gareth Bale because he is not a
Real Madrid player as of yet, as of
this moment," Madrid coach Carlo
Ancelotti said late Wednesday in Los
Angeles. "We are waiting to see what
Madrid is reported to be willing to
pay €100 million ($132 million) to sign
SAN FRANCISCO---Juventus mid-
fielder Claudio Marchisio is keen to
remain with the Serie A club despite
interest from Europe s top teams.
Marchisio, who was born in Turin,
has spent almost his entire career at
Juventus after progressing through
the ranks at his hometown club.
The 27-year-old player has been
linked with Premier League champion
Manchester United and big-spending
Monaco, and he says "of course it
makes me happy to see my name put
together with big European clubs"
but adds "my dream is to end my
career at Juventus."
Marchisio swiftly established him-
self as a Juventus regular and a firm
fans favourite on his return from a
season-long loan spell at Empoli in
The Italy international is a key
member of the Juventus team which
has won two successive league titles.
Marchisio keen to stay at Juventus
deal for Soldado
Barca goes to Israel
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