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Island Governor in touch with KMAR, Customs to solve ferry issue 

Island Governor Jonathan Johnson on Wednesday, November 10, called with the Caribbean Netherlands Customs Department and the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee (KMAR) concerning the new ferry schedule. The two services want to facilitate the Public Entities Saba and St. Eustatius in the connectivity of the two islands. The services indicated that …

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Advice to cover Saba’s budget deficit from its general reserve

The 2022 draft bud­get was discussed during a Central Committee meet­ing of the Island Council on Tuesday, November 9. The Executive Council has advised to approve the draft budget and to finance the US $1 million deficit, for which there is no im­mediate solution, through the general reserve. Finance Commissioner …

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Start preparing for the next Bizzy B run/walk

Saba can look back at a very successful run and walk event on Saturday, November 6. The third edition of the Bizzy B 5K broke records with 215 participants, a true community event with more than 10 percent of the total population participating. The Bizzy B 5K continues to grow. …

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Training for Crisis Management Team

On Thursday and Friday, November 4th and 5th of November, the EBT (Crises Management Team) received training on Team Resource Management by trainer Erie Braakhekke. Ms. Braakhekke is the Team Leader of the National Operations Team Corona in the Netherlands and has been dean of the Crisis Management Academy of …

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