• From aran on St. Maarten airport terminal to reopen December 15

    I am very glad for reopen St. Maarten airport terminal

    2018/12/15 at 1:59 am
  • From anna keene on Work permit policy Saba eased for high paid vacancies - Update Dec 4

    its a start!

    2018/12/04 at 6:53 pm
  • From Rene Caderius van Veen on Invitation to Central Committee meeting on Wednesday December 19th

    Why is there no link to agenda points 3 and 5?

    2018/12/03 at 7:36 pm
  • From Selma Hamilton on Beautification initiative to prepare for Saba Day, tourist season

    Just a thought…. Some of the trails are in poor condition. Tourists want to hike but if they go on some of the lesser trails they will be met with difficult hiking. Tara’s Ground, Bud’s Mountain to name two… the steps to Crispeen overgrown and with rockslides.

    2018/11/29 at 9:13 am
  • From René CADERIUS VAN VEEN on Saba: insufficient money for necessary maintenance

    That is why on Saba the road tax, that is very low, should get higher.

    2018/10/23 at 12:37 pm
  • From Deanna McDowell on Greenhouses to be constructed at schools

    Years ago there was a hydroponic garden.

    2018/10/16 at 1:39 pm
  • From René CADERIUS VAN VEEN on PCN requests a "Proof of life Declaration" (ADV)

    When at last will that be automized just like it happens in the Netherlands?!

    2018/10/11 at 5:47 pm
  • From James David Kerner on Seven out of ten Saba residents identify traffic nuisances

    There is a dangerous speeding problem on The Road. Traffic cameras should be installed and speeders ticketed. Otherwise it’s only a matter of time before someone gets killed.

    2018/10/04 at 3:00 pm
  • From Christopher Smith on Windward Islands will not have coastal radar system before 2021

    The persons living on Saba should note that because the Coast Guard is trying to detect boats and ships, the best location for such a radar is on top of the Cable and Wireless tower on Mount Scenery.

    2018/09/01 at 4:27 pm
  • From Christopher Smith on Material transport for renovation runway to finalize sooner than anticipated

    I am glad to hear about the runway resurfacing with concrete. I hope they do install Centerline lighting.
    Centerline lighting reduces the required decision hight by the pilot from 2600 feet to 200 feet under a basic CAT 1 system.
    Note: Saba can not go above CAT 1 to the more advanced CAT 2 or CAT 3 , because CAT 2 and CAT 3 are currently only Instrument Landing System technology.
    Saba must use a Transponder Landing System CAT 1, which is used primarily by the military and small airports.
    The pilot landing the plane can not tell any difference between ILS and TLS, he/she only sees that the runway landing system is CAT 1.
    Centerline is nice to have, even if no future airport navigation improvements or upgrades are planned.
    Christopher Smith

    2018/08/31 at 4:33 am
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