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REPUBLIC OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
No. 203 of 2013
IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL
CHAPTER 56:02 SEC. 136
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF:
DONALD LUTCHMAN also called
DONALD RAJKUMAR LUTCHMAN of 832
NW 92nd Avenue, Plantation Florida
33324 in the United States of America,
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that unless
good cause to the contrary is shown within
fourteen days from the publication of this
notice the Registrar General of Trinidad and
Tobago will issue a new Certificate of Title in
respect of that piece of land situate in the
Ward of Cunupia in the Island of Trinidad
comprising FOUR ACRES THREE ROODS
AND THIRTY PERCHES be the same more
or less delineated and coloured pink in the
diagram attached to and described in the
Crown Grant in Volume 334 Folio 233 and
bounded on the North by lands of Jeutee on
the South and West by the Mahaica Trace on
the East by Crown Lands and now described
in the Crown Grant in Volume 334 Folio 233.
Dated this 23rd day of October, 2013.
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Government may soon be taking
legal action against the firm which
was awarded the design and man-
agement contracts for the construction
of several new secondary schools, as
problems continue to occur and con-
struction work remains incomplete.
Education Minister Dr Tim
Gopeesingh said this yesterday during
a visit to the Mt Hope Secondary
Accompanied by officials from the
Education Ministry and the Education
Facilities Company Limited during a
repair and maintenance assessment tour
of schools, Gopeesingh sought to make
it clear the problems were inherited
from the previous administration.
Standing in the rain with a hard-hat
on, Gopeesingh pointed to the half-
finished work and said: "The work here
remained static for a little while and
we have to make a decision.
"We have assessed what has gone on
so far and will probably think about re-
tendering the rest of the work."
He said the major issue affecting the work was the
type of air-conditioning system selected for use in
the school, and which had been stipulated in the con-
tract, that had proven to be difficult.
Gopeesingh said: "An audit was done by the Ministry
of Finance and the type of system, that is going to
be subject to court proceedings. We may have to take
legal action against the design consultancy firm."
He said he was hopeful that a new scope of works
could be done within the next two weeks, following
which tenders would be invited for the project.
Gopeesingh is hoping the new school will be opened
by December or January.
Before visiting Mt Hope Secondary School,
Gopeesingh began the tour at the St Joseph Secondary
School, Farm Road, St Joseph.
Scheduled to visit 15 schools yesterday which have
been earmarked for repairs during the 2014 July/August
vacation period, Gopeesingh said a total of 225 schools
had been selected, at an estimated cost between $50
and $60 million.
These included primary and secondary schools, as
well as Early Childhood Care and Education Centers
Assuring that it was his aim to ensure the com-
pletion of repair and maintenance works "possibly
two weeks before schools reopen," Gopeesingh said
that 80 per cent of schools were more than 50 years
old, and the infrastructure needed to be replaced
He said Finance Minister Larry Howai had been
instrumental in providing funding for the construction
and repairs of schools.
Gopeesingh estimated that $1.2 billion was needed
for the construction of 50 new primary schools.
He is hoping that work at the St Joseph Secondary
School will be completed within the next six months.
Approximately 15 secondary schools were reported
to need administrative and science blocks, and this
cost has been estimated at $15 million.
Claiming that infrastructure development and main-
tenance had proved to be a "mammoth undertaking,"
Gopeesingh assured: "We have risen to the chal-
Asked what would become of the old school build-
ings when the new facilities are unveiled, Gopeesingh
said a $20m demolition programme was inherited,
but officials were now in the process of determining
the structural integrity of the existing blocks.
He added: "If they are found to be structurally
sound based on the engineering reports, we may con-
sider keeping some of them, repairing them and using
them for a number of other purposes for which the
government may have a need for buildings."
schools to cost
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh, right, gets a progress report from a member of the project
management team during his tour of Curepe Secondary yesterday. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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