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November 17, 2013 www.guardian.co.tt Sunday Guardian
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
Legal Notice No.
that the Environmental Management Authority in exercise of the power granted to it by
Section 41 of the Environmental Management Act, 2000 ("the Act") proposes to make to Notice designating the
following sea turtles as Environmentally Sensitive Species ("the Proposed Notice"):
• Leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea);
• Green turtle (Chelonia mydas);
• Olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea);
• Loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta); and
• Hawksbill turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata)
that the Environmental Management Authority ("the Authority") pursuant to Rule 5(4) of the
Environmentally Sensitive Species Rules, 2001 ("the Rules"), now invites written submissions from the public with
respect to the Proposed Notice and pursuant to Rules 5(6) of the Rules, such submissions shall contain the grounds
therefore and may include additional modifications or amendments to give effect to the submissions.
that the Proposed Notice is available to the public for viewing on the Authority's website at
www.ema.co.tt and at the following offices from 8:00 a.m. To 4:00 p.m. On weekdays from November 4 to
December 13, 2013:
a) Environmental Management Authority, 8 Elizabeth Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain;
b) Environmental Management Authority, 2 Dumfries Road, La Romain;
c) Environmental Management Authority, Eastern Main Road, Tunapuna;
d) Forestry Division Office, Guaico;
e) Forestry Division Office, Cumuto;
f) Forestry Division Office, National Parks, Farm Road, St. Joseph;
g) Port of Spain City Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain;
h) Tobago House of Assembly, Environment Division, Scarborough, Tobago;
i) Tobago Inland Revenue Division, Roxborough, Tobago;
j) Buccoo Reef Trust, Cowie's Building, Carnbee Junction, Auchenkeoch Road, Carnbee;
k) Environment Tobago Offices, 11 Cuyler Street, Scarborough;
l) Sangre Grande Revenue Office, Toco Main Road, Sangre Grande'
m) Chaguanas Borough Corporation, Cumberbatch Street, Chaguanas;
n) San Fernando City Corporation, Cumberbatch Street, Chaguanas;
o) Arima Borough Corporation, 8 Hollis Avenue, Arima;
p) Diego Martin Regional Corporation, Orchid Drive, Morne Coco Road, Petit Valley;
q) Mayaro/ Rio Claro Regional Corporation, High Street, Rio Claro;
r) Tunapuna/ Piarco Regional Corporation, High Street, Rio Claro;
s) Couva/ Tabaquite/ Talparo Regional Corporation, Railway Road, Couva;
t) Princes Town Regional Corporation, Hosein Building, High Street, Princes Town;
u) Siparia Regional Corporation, High Street, Siparia;
v) Point Fortin Borough Corporation, Town Hall, George Street, Mahaica, Point Fortin;
w) Toco Foundation, Victoria Pritchard Resource Centre, Galera Road, Toco;
x) SAD for Toco, Light Pole 1005, Paria Main Road, Toco;
y) Turtle Village Trust, Grand Riviere; and
z) Nature Seekers Inc., 10 1/4 mm Toco Main Road, Matura
that submissions on the Proposed Notice shall be made from
and must be addressed to The Corporate Secretary, The Environmental Management
Authority, 8 Elizabeth Street, St. Clair, Port of Spain.
Dated this 30th day of October 2013.
Environmental Management Authority.
BELGRADE---The Czech Republic swept past Serbia
in the doubles for a 2-1 lead in the Davis Cup final
yesterday, leaving them one victory away from
retaining the cup.
Tomas Berdych and Radek Stepanek defeated Nenad
Zimonjic and Ilija Bozoljac 6-2, 6-4, 7-6 (4) on the
indoor hard-court at Belgrade Arena. The victory
improved the Czech pair s impressive cup doubles
record to 14-1.
Berdych plays Novak Djokovic, on a 23-match win-
ning run, in the first reverse singles today, and the
final could be decided when Stepanek likely meets
cup rookie Dusan Lajovic in the final rubber.
"I am in the best possible position after Saturday
(yesterday)," said Berdych, who has beaten Djokovic
only twice in 16 encounters, and never on a hard
Serbia captain Bogdan Obradovic said Zimonjic
and Bozoljac gave their best, but lost against a better
Serbia came from 2-1 down in the 2010 cup final
against France, and in this year s semifinals against
Canada. But both heroes of those ties aren t playing.
Viktor Troicki, who clinched Serbia s only cup title
in 2010, is serving a doping ban, and Janko Tipsarevic,
who secured the win over Canada, is sidelined by a
Obradovic said he was not sure if Lajovic, who
lost against Berdych in straight sets on Friday, would
play if there s a fifth rubber.
Yesterday, the Czechs broke Zimonjic at the start
of the first two sets. Zimonjic netted an easy volley
in the second set to give the Czechs a commanding
Stepanek played almost faultlessly. He saved the
only break point for the Serbs at 2-3 in the third set
with a neat drop shot. In the third-set tiebraker,
Stepanek first lost his serve, but then Zimonjic and
Bozoljac both suffered mini-breaks. Stepanek won
the match with an ace. (AP)
AUSTIN---World champion Sebastian Vettel once
again got the better of Red Bull teammate Mark Web-
ber, qualifying for pole position at the US Grand
Vettel s late surge allowed him to pip Webber. That
puts the four-time world champion in the prime spot
in today s race to go after a record eighth consecutive
Formula One victory and a title that escaped him last
"Shake and bake!" the German and his crew shouted
to each other, a humorous and quite American nod
to the fictional NASCAR movie "Talladega Nights."
Webber appeared set to earn his third pole position
in the last four races until Vettel s speedy last lap at
the Circuit of the Americas pushed the Australian into
Webber, who is leaving F1 after this season to drive
in the world endurance championship, was clearly
frustrated by his drop.
"At some point you re happy to be in the front row,"
Webber said. "It slipped through the fingers. It s not
satisfying when you do that."
Webber has nine victories in his career but none
this year, with Vettel dominating the season in winning
his fourth consecutive world championship.
Romain Grosjean of Lotus will start third and Sauber s
Nico Hulkenberg will be fourth. Grosjean will have a
chance to earn his fourth top-three finish of the season
and third in two months. Hamilton, with Mercedes,
Grosjean s temporary Lotus teammate, Heikki
Kovalainen, qualified eighth despite having just three
days to learn his new car. Kovalainen is driving the
last two races of the season for Kimi Raikkonnen, who
had back surgery.
A Vettel victory would be his 12th of the season,
keeping him on target to tie Michael Schumacher s
season record of 13 next week in the season finale in
Czechs win doubles to
lead Davis Cup final 2-1
left, and Tomas
after they won
their Davis Cup
Zimonjic and Ilija
Bozoljac of Serbia,
Stepanek won the
match and gave
Czech Republic a
2-1 lead. AP PHOTO
pole position for
US Grand Prix
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