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Place of Publication: Santa Elena, Cayo, Belize
Publication Date: March 1, 2009
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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Wednesday, February
25, 2009:
Although they were arrested and
taken to court today on a joint
charge of arson, San Ignacio police
say that they will also be pressing
ajoint burglary charge against three
men from western villages in
connection with a related incident.
On Friday, February 20, 2009,
Godwin Sutherland made a first
report to police in which he
informed that his house, situated in
the Little Vaquero area of the
Mountain Pine Ridge was
burglarized and that stolen
therefore was an assortment of
furniture, construction supplies and
tools.
Although a statement was
recorded from Sutherland and he
was advised that the matter would


Villagers Remanded For Arson


Rene Rivera, 26
have been investigated, police did
not as much as visit the scene of
the crime.
Three days later however, on
Monday, February 23, at about 9:30
pm, the police sprang into action
upon receiving information that a


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SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, February 23,
2009:
San Ignacio Police are today
looking for one Jerome "Jerry"
Pascacio as he somehow managed
to slip away from the courtroom
after he was ordered remanded to
the central prison on a robbery
charge.
Jerome Pascacio, 23, Belizean
laborer of a Santa Elena Town
address, was arrested and charged
with robbery and an alleged
accomplice, Simeon Bateman, 20,
also a Belizean laborer of Santa
Elena Town was charged for theft
in connection with the same
incident. They both pleaded not


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guilty to individual charges.
It was shortly after 5:00 p.m. on
Friday, February 20 when a 34 year
old Guatemalan woman visited the
police station accompanied by her
9 year old son. The child told the
police that it was about half an hour


Gabriel Martin Canto, 28
grey van with Cayo license plate
CY-C-10235 was traveling from
the Mountain Pine Ridge area with
a cargo of suspected stolen items.
Police rushed to the area and
intercepted the van near Cristo Rey
Village. When it was searched, it
was found to contain a sofa, six

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earlier, while he was pushing his
mother's three wheel vending cart
on Carillo Puerto Avenue in Santa
Elena Town, he was stopped by the
accused Pascacio and Bateman.
Pascacio reportedly proceeded to
take one bag of plantain chips, one
bag of chicharon, one bag of
pepitos and a bag of boiled corn
from the cart. When he requested
the four dollar payment, Pascacio
reportedly refused to pay. In the
statement, the child informed that
Bateman then grabbed him from
behind and pushed his hand into the
front pocket of the child's pants
removing therefrom a plastic bag
containing eighty dollars belonging
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Albert Woodye, 39
plastic chairs, 6 boxes of ceramic
tiles, five one gallon tins of paint,
one orange hand pump, one yellow
playground slide and one battery
operated toy jeep.
When questioned, the driver,
Rene Rivera, 26, Belizean laborer
from Santa Familia Village, was
unable to provide the police with a
credible account of the origin of the
cargo he was transporting. Rivera
was consequently detained and,
along with the van and its cargo,
was transported to the San Ignacio
police station.
The items were identified by
Godwin Sutherland as his property.
The investigation also led to the
arrest of Gabriel Martin Canto,
28 and Albert Woodye, 39,both
Belizean laborers from Cristo Rey
Village.
Police suspect that the trio was
responsible for the first burglary
and that they returned a few days
later thereby proceeding to remove
the remaining items from the house
after which they set it on fire.
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AN UNCONSIONABLE MAN
SEEKING ELECTION AS MAYOR


In the last edition of the STAR
we headlined the article of
Donicio "Life" Salazar, who
presently walks free of the June
28, 2004 murder of my eldest
son.
Whilst distributing that
edition of the newspaper, it came
to our attention that Independent
Mayoral candidate in the San
Ignacio/Santa Elena race,
Alfonso "Punches" Cruz, was
inside a restaurant on the
distribution route and so I sent
him a complementary copy of
the STAR.
Just as we were returning from
the distribution routine, my
cellular telephone alerted of a
text message and when I checked
it, I momentarily went numb as
the following message appeared.
JUSTICE HAS BEEN
SERVED. GOD IS GREAT!
LIFE IS FREE! LONG LIVE
LIFE. From:+5016070780.
I instantly recognized the
number to be that of Alfonso
Cruz.
The first reaction was that
this man seeking a leadership
position could not be so
heartless and so, giving him
the benefit of the doubt, while
at the same time calming my
reaction, I attributed the
insensitive text to be the actions
of one of those irresponsible
individuals with whom he
surrounds himself.
It happened that at around
10:00 a.m., the following
morning while on business in
San Ignacio Town, I saw Cruz
standing in the Columbus Park
facing the police station. I drove
up to him and inquired about the


reason for his sending this crude
message. He instantly removed
all doubts when he out rightly
said that he sent it. The reason
for sending it, he said is because
he felt disrespected when I send
him a copy of the newspaper
bearing a full page adverisement
from Mayor John August on
the back page.
We exchanged a few harsh
words but realizing that getting
into a physical confrontation
with this individual was not
worth the while, I decided that
at the very least, I must inform
the readers of the venom
bubbling in the mind of this
man who is seeking an elected
leadership position in the
community.

March Is Set Aside
BY: Mrs. Alma Crawford-Fuller,
Early Childhood Coordinator
for the Cayo District
February 24, 2009
"Early Childhood Education...
the best possible start"
Each year the month of March is
set aside as the month that Early
Childhood is promoted in the
country of Belize.
This year is no different as we get
ready to celebrate with all
preschools throughout the length
and breath of this beautiful
country.
This year we celebrate for the
entire month with many activities
that will highlight our children in
the Cayo District.
Presently there are thirty-two
preschools in the Cayo District
starting from St. Matthew's Village
and continuing all the way to
Benque Viejo Town.
With all these preschools the
district has been divided into zones
which will make the activities more
accessible to all preschools.
Throughout the year, teachers are
engaged in activities, conducted
through workshops, to better
qualify them to be in the centers
with the students that parents
entrust in their care.
Early Childhood Education is
important as it sets a solid
foundation for our children to
achieve so much more later on in
their life.
The Preschool Unit, under the
umbrella of the Ministry of
Education, is on a drive to make
Early Childhood Education
accessible to every child in Belize
and this objective is slowly being


Each Year As Child Stimulation Month


achieved.
To celebrate this year's
Stimulation Month a theme was
selected emphasizing preschool
education as the best possible start
that any child can get. With this in
mind I take this opportunity to
inform the public of the activities
that the Cayo District has planned.

Special Days
March 1- Church Service
March 2- Opening talk/
Parade (San Jose Succotz,
Santa Elena/San Ignacio,
Belmopan)
March 5- Hug Day
March 12-Flag Day
March 13-Cultural Day
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activities unique to each preschools
which are not included in the above
program as the above are general
activities that all preschools
country wide will be undertaking
simultaneously and as such they are
referred to as "Special Days"
I take this opportunity to wish all
students, teachers and parents a
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Child Stimulation month.


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Harim & Lenny Remanded On Rape Charges


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, February 23,
2009:
San Ignacio police are, this week,
reporting the remanding of two
men facing separate rape charges.
In the first reported incident,
police informed that a 25 year old
female Belizean public officer
residing in Esperanza village
reported that at 6:45 p.m. on
Monday, February 16, she was
standing on the side of the Western
Highway in Blackman Eddy
Village waiting for the bus for the
return trip to her home after
visiting her sister in Blackman
Eddy Village. She informed that
while waiting for the bus, a vehicle
with a sole male driver stopped and
offered her a ride. She reportedly
boarded the vehicle and the driver
introduced himself as Carlos.
The complainant informed that
upon reaching on the stretch of the
highway between Running W and
Esperanza, the driver reportedly
stopped the vehicle and with a
threat of harm he allegedly raped
her. She informed that whilst in the
act she managed to escape from the
assailant and fled in the nude
leaving her clothing and other


Harim Perez


personal belongings, amounting to
$856.80, in the vehicle.
She visited the police station at
around 9:00 p.m. that same night
and filed the report which included
a detailed description of the vehicle
along with its license plate
number, a cracked windshield, and
a for sale sign.
An alert Special Constable later
observed a vehicle, in town, fitting
the description and with the
assistance of a uniformed police-
man the driver was detained and
escorted to the police station where
he was reportedly identified by the
complainant.


Israel "Lenny" Parham
The accused, Harim Perez, of a
Spanish Lookout address in the


Cayo District was consequently
arrested and charged for rape. He
was remanded to prison until
Thursday, February 26, 2009.
In the second incident police
inform of the arrest of Israel
"Lenny" Parham, Belizean driver
of a Cider Street, Santiago Juan
Layout, San Ignacio Town address.
Police reports that the alleged rape
occurred sometime during the
final hours on Wednesday,
February 18 and the early hours on
Thursday, February 19.
The complainant, a Belizean
housewife of an Eduardo Juan


NEWS


Belize attended "Our World Underwater" Show

Belize was once again showcased
in Chicago this past weekend at
the 39th Annual Our World
SUnderwater Show, which took
place in Rosemont, Illinois on
February 20th through 22nd, 2009
at the Donald E. Stephens
Convention Center.
Proud to be in its 39th year, the
Our World Underwater Show is
the largest and longest
continuously running consumer
scuba diving and travel event in
the United States. The show
welcomed a record number of
consumers of over 15,000 and
sold out booths to a total of 500
exhibitors bringing everything dive
related all under one roof.
Our "World UnderWater" has
continually delivered a quality
show to exhibitors, presenters and
consumers attracting thousands
of new people each year. The
show featured workshops
covering various aspects of diving
to include equipment repair, dive
medicine, training and photography. Other great features at the show included seminars and film
festivals boasting some of the top names in underwater photography and videography.
With its 185 mile long coral reef, three of the four coral Atolls in the Caribbean, magnificent marine
life with over 400 species of fish and over 70 different types of coral, Belize is a magnet for scuba
divers and snorkelers the world over. Chicago is considered one of the top 10 states where
visitors in the United States originate from; moreover, 6 out of every 10 visitors participate in water
based activities.
Participating private sectors included Ramon's Village and Ecological Divers. Representing the
Belize Tourism Board were Product Development Officer, Kenneth Williams, and BTB Board
Member, Mr. Jose E.Arceo.


Belize Packed its Bags and visited
Washington, D.C. or the Adventure in Travel Epo

Adventure travel was the name of the game last weekend as Belize was represented at the 5th
Annual Adventure in Travel Expo in Washington, D.C. on February 21st and February 22nd. Of
course, there was no shortage of Belize presence as there were eight private sector partners
represented at the show and the BTB has the representation of Marketing Officers Lorena
Martinez and Althea Sebastian.
If you were looking for anything from an exotic luxury beach escapes to taking a dip in a scuba
diving or kayaking pool and from scaling a rock climbing wall or soaring above the show on an
aerial zip line, the travel Expo was the ideal place to learn about fun and exciting "adventure trips.
Also at the Expo, visitors gathered information on hundreds of exciting travel destinations all at
one place. This is the nation's largest active and adventure travel show, featuring a wide range of
destinations around the world. Visitors were able to learn about travel packages and tours,
attended educations seminars from renowned National Geographic Adventure editors and
photographers and meet leading travel writers.
While in Washington, the Belize delegation had the
opportunity to educate both consumers on Belize's
product offerings by conducting an audio visual
presentation which highlighted Belize's reef,
rainforest, archaeology, and culture. During the
presentation, consumers were introduced to various
scenes and sounds of Belize, increasing their
awareness and knowledge, in an effort to effectively
plan their Belize vacation.
The Adventure in Travel Expos are the largest series
of travel events in the United States. It is an
'experiential marketplace' for showcasing the vast
array of travel options available to today's travelers.
The shows, also held in New York, Los Angeles, and
Chicago, are filled with hundreds of interactive
exhibits from around the globe and add a top notch
educational component that affords consumers,
travel agents, wholesalers and travel brokers the
opportunity to experience the best of what the travel
industry has to offer.
Private sector representatives who attended included
Tropic Air, Belize Vacation Partners, Hugh Parkey's
Belize Adventure, Belize Sea & Explore, Mayan
Princess Hotel, Windy Hill Resort, Tranquility Lodge
and Amigo Del Mar Dive Center.


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


In accordance with Section 13 of the Registered Land Act Chapter 194,
Revised Edition 2000, 1, CESAR DIAZ, Ag. Registrar of Lands, hereby
serves notice that within one month from the date hereof, I intend to register
the following parcels of land listed below for which application for first regis-
tration have been received.

The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person
whose rights and interest may be affected by the registering of these parcels
must get in touch with me before expiry date of this notice between Mondays
to Fridays at the Land Registry, Belmopan




(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
forAG. REGISTRAR OF LANDS


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900732
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH Block No. 36 and being Parcels No. 2061

This parcel of land is the subject ofaAssent No. 374/1988 dated 16th March,
1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1988 at Folios 1295-1302
and a Indenture No. 1154/1988 dated 30th March, 1988 and recorded in
Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1988 at folios 859-866 in favour of HAROLD
EILEY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900734
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2095

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2699/1997
dated 9th October, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of 1997
at Folios 1205-1212 in favour of EDUARDO GONZALEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900735
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No 4 and being Parcel No. 2829

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2956/1999
dated 29th October, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 34 of 1999
at Folios 1461-1470 in favour of BENICIO CUELLAR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900737
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3628

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 674 of 2008 dated 16th
September, 2008 in favour ofANNA BERTHAAYALA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900738
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 731

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of GiftNo. 1865/2007 dated 1 Ith
June, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 22 of 2007 at Folios 1345-
1356 in favour of SANDRA ZABANEH.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900746
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CAROLINA/
CALCUTTA, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 715

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 296/1993 dated 12th
February, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1993 at Folios 23
- 28 in favour of DIANA LIN LEE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900753
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, VISTA DEL MAR
Block No. 16 and being Parcel No. 522

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2081/1993 dated
22nd February, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of 1993 at
Folios 947- 964 in favour of JENNIFER NEWMAN.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900754
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section VISTA DEL MAR,
Block No. 16 and being Parcel No. 523

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2080/1993
dated 22nd September, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of
1993 at Folios 929 946 in favour of JENNIFER NEWMAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900755
This parcel of land are situated in the Registration Section, VISTA DEL
MAR, Block No. 16 and being Parcel No. 842

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2106/1993
dated 29th September, 1993 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of
1993 at Folios 1465 1474 in favour of JENNIFER NEWMAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900756
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2471

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1368/2007
dated 11 th April, 2007 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 17 of 2007 at
Folios 309 316 in favour of ORLY ROXANNA FLORES & RICH-
ARD A. BURN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900779
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, MILLER'S
BIGHT, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 74 & 71

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3553/1999
dated 31st November, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 43 of
1999 at Folios 417 422 in favour of MANUEL GUEMEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900964
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ANN GABOUREL,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2419

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 504 of 2006 dated 18th
May, 2006 in favour of LARRY LESLIE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900967
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT
LOYALAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 809

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 521 of 1991 dated 7th
November, 1991 in favour of MARIE WILLIAMS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900978
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3971

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 386/2004
dated 20th February, 2004 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 2004
at Folios 1299 1310 in favour of ANNA LUISA MARIN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901010
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 176

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 361 of 1991 dated 26th
August, 1991 in favour of PHILLIP ZUNIGA (as sole survivor of a joint
tenure).

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901012
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 870

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 369/1986 dated 3rd
May, 1986 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 4 of 1986 at Folios 365 -
376 in favour of CECILIA ALVAREZ BLANCO & LUCY ALVAREZ
ZUNIGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901013
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA


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ISunday, March 1, 2009 -


Ms. Rose's Annual Mission 2009


Missionary Evangelist Mrs.
Rose Fairweather is on her
annual humanitarian mission to
Belize.
With a team of friends Mrs.
Fairweather will be conducting a
Seminar Workshop on Saturday,
March 7, 2009 at the More
Tomorrow Village Community
Center at 2:00 p.m. A cordial in-
vitation is extended to all
neighboring villages to attend.
Everyone is encouraged to come
and enjoy an afternoon of fun,
games, food, prizes and
inspirational messages.


All are welcome to attend this


free event. Bus leaves Georgeville
at 12:00 noon on Saturday, March
7.
Then the next Saturday, March
14, 2009 also at 2:00 p.m the Semi-
nar Workshop moves to Esperanza
Village at Pastor Alvan Gentle's
Church. The Bus will leave
Georgeville at 1:00 p.m.
The final Seminar Workshop
takes place on Sunday March 15,
in the village of Gracie Rock
beginning at the usual 2:00 p.m
hour. Bus leaves Georgeville at
12:00 noon


Alexander was 23. He was an only
child and single living at home with
his father and working in the
family business.
His sick father called him in one
day and told him that he was the
sole heir to business as he had but
a few more months to live.
One evening at an investment
meeting Alexander spotted the
most beautiful woman he had ever
seen. Her natural beauty took his
breath away.
Women Are
Tony calls his wife and says to
her, "Honey, Ijust got the chance
of a lifetime to go on a week-long
fishing trip with my boss. Could
you pack up my things so that they
will be ready when I get home?"
"Sure, honey," his wife answers.
"Oh, and could you please pack
my blue silk pyjamas?"
"Sure, honey," his wife answers
again.


After the meeting he made it his
business to chat with the woman.
"I may look like just an ordinary
man," he told her, "but in just a
few months, my father will die, I
am his only son and I will
inherit all of his $8 Billion
business."
Impressed, the woman asked for
his business card and after a few
mintues chatting she left.
One week later, she became his
stepmother.
Indeed Wise
Tony comes home, picks up his
things and takes off for the week.
He returns a week later, smiling.
His wife greets him at the front
door. "So honey, how was your
fishing trip?"
"It was great... answers Tony.
"But you forgot to pack my blue
silk pyjamas."
"No I didn't," said his wife.
"They were in your fishing box."


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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION, 2009


NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN


In accordance with Regulation 51-(1) of the Belize City Council (Registration
of Electors and Elections) Regulations, I, Dorothy Bradley, Returning
Officer, hereby give notice that more candidates having been nominated than
there are seats to be filled, the election of one (1) Mayor and ten (10)
other members of the Belize City Council will be held in Belize City on
Wednesday March 4, 2009 between the hours of seven o'clock in the
morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day in the following Polling
Stations established in the various Polling Areas in the electoral divisions for
Belize City: -

FREETOWN ELECTORAL DIVISION

POLLING AREA NO 1

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Freetown Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Princess Margaret
Drive and St. Thomas Street; thence south along the west-side of St. Thomas
Street to 19t Street; the south-side of 19h Street to 'K' Street; the west-side
of 'K' Street to an un-named street; thence east along the south-side of the
un-named street to 'I' Street; thence south along the west-side of 'I' Street to
11th Street; thence east along the south-side of 11h Street to 'G' Street; thence
south along the west-side of 'G' Street to 6th Street; thence east along 6th Street
to Hopkins Street; thence south along the west-side of Hopkins Street to 3"
Street; thence west along the north-side of 3rd Street to St Peter Street; thence
south along the west-side of St. Peter Street to St Joseph Street; thence east
along the south-side of St Joseph Street to Simon Lamb Street; thence south
along the west-side of Simon Lamb Street to Freetown Road; thence along the
south-side of Freetown Road to its junction with Princess Margaret Drive; thence
north along Princess Margaret Drive back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 1-ALL SAINTS SCHOOL, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 2

ALL THAT section of the Freetown Electoral Division which lies between
the Northern Highway and Haulover Creek from Haulover Bridge to Belcan
Bridge, and that section that lies within the following described area.

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Princess Margaret
Drive produced to the Haulover Creek at Belcan Bridge; thence upstream along
Haulover Creek to its confluence with the Belize River; thence downstream the
Belize River to its junction with the Northern Highway; thence easterly along
the north side of the Northern Highway to its junction with Princess Margaret
Drive; thence south along Princess Margaret Drive produced to Haulover Creek
and back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 2-YOUNG WOMEN CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 3B

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Freetown Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of Independence
Avenue and the coast of the Caribbean Sea; thence southerly along the
east-side of Independence Avenue to the Northern Highway; thence west along
the north side of the Northern Highway to its junction with the Belize River;
thence downstream along the Belize River to its confluence with the Caribbean
Sea; thence southerly and easterly along the coast of the Caribbean Sea back to
the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 3B-YOUNG WOMEN CHRISTIAN
ACADEMY, BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: ALL SAINTS SCHOOL


Northern Highway; thence South-Easterly along the Northern side of the
Northern Highway to its intersection with Princess Margaret Drive to its
junction with St. Thomas street, northerly along the western side of St.
Matthew Street, to the sea, and northerly along the sea coast to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 3-EDWARD P. YORKE HIGH SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA 3A

ALL THAT section of the Caribbean Shores Electoral Division which
includes Moho Bay and all that section from a point on the junction of the
Northern Highway and Buttonwood Bay Boulevard, along the Boulevard
towards the Caribbean Shores; thence Northward along the sea coast to the
Haulover Bridge on the Northern Highway; thence Southward along the
Northern Highway to point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 3A NAZARENE PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BUTTONWOOD BAY, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 4

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Caribbean Shores
Electoral Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection Princess Margaret
Drive and St. Thomas Street; thence south along St. Thomas Street to 19th
Street; thence along the south-side of 19h Street to 'K' Street; thence along the
west-side of 'K' Street to an un-named street; thence east along the south-side
of the un-named street to 'I' Street; thence south along the west-side of 'I'
Street to 11th Street; thence east along the south-side of 11h Street to 'G' Street;
thence south along the west-side of 'G' Street to 6h Street; thence east along
6' Street to Hopkins Street; thence south along the west-side of Hopkins Street
to 3rd Street; thence west along 3rd Street to St. Peter Street; thence south
along the west-side of St. Peter Street to St Joseph Street; thence east along
the south-side of St Joseph Street to Baymen Avenue; thence northerly along
the west side of Baymen Avenue and across Princess Margaret Drive to the
Caribbean Sea at the coast; thence northerly and westerly along the said coast
of the Caribbean Sea back to the production of St Matthew Street at the coast;
thence southerly along the west side of St. Matthew Street and across Princess
Margaret Drive back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 4 TRINITY METHODIST SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 5

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Caribbean Shores
Electoral Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at the junction of St. Joseph Street and Baymen Avenue. Thence
Northerly along the Eastern Side of Baymen Avenue to the Sea Coast. Along
the Sea Coast to Barrack Road, thence Southerly along the Western Side of
Barrack Road to its junction with Victoria Street. Thence Southerly along the
Western side of Victoria Street to its junction with Castle Street. Thence
Northerly along the Eastern side of Lancaster Street to its junction with Freetown
Road. Thence along the Northern Side of Freetown Road to its junction with
Cinderella Plaza. Thence Northerly along the Eastern side of Cinderella Plaza
to Kelly Street Thence westerly along the Northern side of Kelly Street to its
junction with Simon Lamb Street to its junction with St. Joseph Street. Thence
easterly along the southern side of St. Joseph Street to its junction with Baymen
Avenue.

POLLING STATION NO 5 EX-SERVICEMEN LEAGUE BUILD-
INGQ BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: EDWARD P. YORKE HIGH SCHOOL

PICKSTOCK ELECTORAL DIVISION


CARIBBEAN SHORES ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 6


POLLING AREA NO 3

ALL THAT section of the Caribbean Shores Electoral Division in Belize
City, which includes Coral Grove and West Landivar, and lies between the
Northern Highway and the sea coast beginning at the junction of the southern
side of Buttonwood Bay Boulevard and the sea; thence Westerly along the
southern side of Buttonwood Bay Boulevard to its intersection with the


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Pickstock Electoral Divi-
sion in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at the intersection of Mapp Street with Haulover Creek, thence
along Mapp Street, Cran Street, Douglas Jones Street Castle Street, Victoria
Street to Haulover Creek, and along Haulover Creek to Mapp Street.
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ISunday, March 1, 2009 -


Karatecas Competing In Nicaragua


Dear Editor,
Kindly publish this in this article
in your prestigious newspaper. The
other day I saw the advertisement
of the Belikin Factory on the T.V -
-how it is made, refreshing etc.
But what they failed to say is the
effect it gives a human being when
drinking the BEER.
At least the cigarette
advertisements have a warning
from the Surgeon General of
Belize.
The beer is a drug sold on public
shelves and is the number one
worst drug (and it's licensed not
like the cocaine, marijuana and
other illegal drugs) causing so
much sorrow in Belize. It is what
causes the break-down of families,
leaving fatherless children, not to
talk about the heinous murders
taking place when under the
influence.
When will our Government put
in place strict rules to protect our
under age children from drinking?
Let's face the truth, for the truth
shall make you free. At least
after a documentary on beer
manufacturing, have a health
warning on the collateral damages


to the drinker.
Thank you,
Wanting to remain Anonymous
ED Note: When we have these
strong opinions, to the point
where we commit them to
writing, it would be nice if we
could come forward and be
recognized for sharing these
opinions instead of requesting
anonimity. Throwing the stone
and hiding the hand is hardly the
way to go. At the newspaper we
know who the writer is
unfortunately the readers don't.








Notice is hereby be given that under the
Intoxicating Liquor License Ordinance
Chapter 150 of the Laws of Belize,
Revised Edition 2000, that
MARCO MAS is applying for the
renewal of her NIGHTCLUB
LIQUOR LICENSE for the year 2009
to operate OKIS KARAOKE
LOUNGE located Benque Viejo Town
in the Cayo District.


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo,
Wednesday, February 25, 2009:
A media release from The Belize
Karate Federation informs that the
Federation has sent a team to
Nicaragua to participate in the
XIV Central American Karate
Championship.
The Championship Tournament
will be held at the "Estadio de
Combate" in Managua, Nicaragua
on February 28, and the 1st of
March. Leading the team is the
Federation's President Herman
Pastor.
Participatiing athletes include
Leon Guild who will be


competing in -75 kilograms
Kumite; Frank Tu who will
compete in Kata and -75 kilograms
Kumite and Anne Link who will
be competing in the female -60
kilograms in Kumite.
The team will also be
participating in Kata and Kumite
Seminars on the 25-26th of
February.
The next international
event in which the Federation will
be participating is the Central
American and Caribbean
Championships to be held in the
Dominican Republic from March
24 to 30.


Glamorizing Beer!


Savannah Area, San Ignacio, Cayo


Bring the children and let thm enjoy our Goe Room, Plaround and

Ice ream Shop, We have something for everyone, Bring out the entire

famii and enjoy a clean, friend and secure environment,


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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


POLLING STATION NO 6 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN ASSEMBLY

POLLING AREA NO 16A

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Pickstock Electoral
Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Vernon Street and
Sarstoon Street; thence north along the east-side of Sarstoon Street to Haulover
Creek; thence upstream along the south-bank of Haulover Creek back to
Central American Boulevard; thence south along the west side of Central
American Boulevard to Vemon Street; thence east along Vernon Street back to
the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 16A- BELIZE CITY CENTRE


POLLING AREA NO 17A


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Pickstock Electoral
Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at the junction of Haulover Creek and Oleander Street; thence
south along the east-side of Oleander Street to Morning Glory Street; north-side
of Morning Glory Street to Partridge Street thence south along the east-side of
Partridge Street to Lark Spur Street; thence east along the south-side of Lark
Spur Street to Zericote Street; thence south along the east-side of Zericote
Street to Mahogany Street; thence west along the south-side of Mahogany
Street to Partridge Street; thence south along the east-side of Partridge Street
to Vernon Street; thence east along the north-side of Vernon Street to Central
American Boulevard; thence north along Central American Boulevard to
Haulover Creek; thence upstream along the south bank of Haulover Creek
back to the point of commencement

POLLING STATION NO 17A- BELIZE CITY CENTRE
COUNTING STATION: BELIZE CITY CENTRE

FORT GEORGE ELECTORAL DIVISION

POLLING AREA NO 7

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Fort George Electoral
Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Freetown Road and
Barrack Road; thence along Barrack Road to Hyde's Lane; Hyde's Lane to
New Road; New Road to Pickstock Street; Pickstock Street produced to
Haulover Creek; thence upstream along the north bank of Haulover Creek to
Victoria Street produced; Victoria Street to Freetown Road; thence across
Freetown Road back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 7 HOLY REDEEMER SCHOOL (NEW
ROAD), BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 8

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Fort George Electoral
Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junctions of Eve Street and
Barrack Road and the coast of the Caribbean Sea; thence southeasterly along
Barrack Road to Freetown Road; Freetown Road to Kelly Street; Kelly Street
to Simon Lamb Street; southerly along Simon Lamb Street to Mapp Street;
Mapp Street to Cran Street; Cran Street to Douglas Jones Street; Douglas
Jones Street to Castle Street; Castle Street to Victoria Street; Victoria Street to
Barrack Road; Barrack Road to Hyde's Lane; Hyde's Lane to New Road;
New Road to Pickstock Street; Pickstock Street produced to Haulover Creek;
thence downstream along The north bank of Haulover Creek to North side
Canal; North side Canal to its confluence with the Caribbean Sea at the coast;
thence northwesterly along the coast back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 8 HOLY REDEEMER SCHOOL (NORTH
FRONT STREET), BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 9

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Fort George Electoral
Division in Belize City South ofNorthside Canal and between Haulover Creek
and the Sea, bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point located at the confluence of Haulover


Creek and the Caribbean Sea and also being the location of the lighthouse
above the grave of Baron Henry E. E. V. Bliss on the coast; thence
northwesterly along the coast of the Caribbean Sea to its confluence with
Northside Canal; thence south along Northside Canal to its confluence with
Haulover Creek; thence along the north-bank ofHaulover Creekto its confluence
with the Caribbean Sea back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 9 ST. MARY'S SCHOOL, BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: HOLY REDEEMER PARISH HALL

ALBERT ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 10


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Albert Electoral Division in
Belize City North of South Street and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of Thurton Lane
produced and Haulover Creek; thence south along Thurton Lane to Vernon
Street; thence east along the north-side of Vernon Street to Alexandra Street;
thence south along the east-side of Alexandra street to Baghdad Street; thence
east along the south-side of Baghdad Street to Water Lane, thence continuing
east along Water Lane to East Canal; thence south along the west-bank of
East Canal to South Street; thence east along the north side of South Street to
its intersection with the Caribbean Sea at the coast; thence northerly along the
coast of the Caribbean Sea to its confluence with Haulover Creek; thence
westerly along the south bank of Haulover Creek back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 10 WESLEY INFANT SCHOOL, BELIZE
CITY

POLLING AREA NO 11

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Albert Electoral Division in
Belize City South of South Street, and bounded as follows:

Commencing ata point the said point being the junction of South Street and the
Caribbean Sea at the coast; thence southerly along the coast, and including
Birds Isle to Collect Canal; thence northerly along the east-bank of Collect
Canal to South Street; thence east along the north side of South Street back to
the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 11 -ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL COLLEGE,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 16

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Albert Electoral Division in
Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Sarstoon Street and
Haulover Creek; thence south along the east-side of Sarstoon Street to Vernon
Street; thence east along the north-side of Vernon Street to Thurton Lane;
thence north along Thurton Lane to its production to Haulover Creek; thence
upstream the south bank of Haulover Creek back to the point of commence-
ment.

POLLING STATION NO 16 CALVARY TEMPLE SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL COLLEGE

OUEEN'S SOUARE ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 12


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Queen's Square Electoral
Division in Belize City, East of Collet Canal, and Bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the confluence of Collect Canal
and East Canal; thence easterly and northerly along the east bank of East
Canal to South Street; thence west along the south-side of South Street to its
intersection with George Street at Basra Street; thence continuing west along
Basra Street to Euphrates Avenue; thence north along the west-side ofEuphrates
Avenue to Dean Street; thence along the south-side of Dean Street to Collect
Canal; thence south along the east bank of Collect Canal back to the point of
commencement.
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I Sunday, March 1, 2009-


Four Things You Should Know

About Your Cellular Telephone


FIRST
The emergency number
worldwide for Mobile is 112.
If you find yourself out of the
coverage area of your mobile
network and there is an Emergency,
dial 112 and the mobile will
search any existing network to
establish the emergency number
for you, and interestingly, this


number 112 can be dialed even if
the keypad is locked. Try it out.

SECOND
Have you locked your keys in the
car? Does your car have remote
keyless entry? This may come in
handy someday.Good reason to
own a cell phone: If you lock your
keys in the car and the spare keys


are at home, call someone at home
on their cell phone from your cell
phone. Hold your cell phone about
a foot from your car door and have
the person at your home press the
unlock button, holding it near the
mobile phone on their end. Your car
will unlock. This saves someone
from having to bring your keys to
you. Distance is no object. You


could be hundreds of miles away,
and if you can reach someone who
has the other 'remote key' for your
car, you can unlock the doors (or
the trunk).

THIRD: Hidden Battery Power
Imagine your cell battery is very
low. To activate, press the keys
*3370#. Your cell phone will
restart with this reserve and the
instrument will show a 50%
increase in battery. This reserve will
get charged when you charge your
cell phone next time.


AND FOURTH IF EVERYBODY DOES THIS. THERE WOULD

BE NO POINT IN PEOPLE STEALING MOBILE PHONES.

How to disable a STOLEN mobile phone? To check your Mobile phone's serial number, key in
the following digits on your phone: *#06#. A 15-digit coded IMEI number will appear on the
screen. This number is unique to your handset. Write it down and keep it somewhere safe.
When your phone get stolen, you can phone your service provider and give them this code.
They will then be able to block your handset so even if the thief changes the SIM card, your phone
will be totally useless. You probably won't get your phone back, but at least you know that
whoever stole it can't use/sell it either.
TESTIMONIAL: I just got a new phone and this came in handy. I knew about the coded IMEI number and used it when
I had a phone stolen.
I know it works because a woman called me. She had bought my phone at a swap meet and it was locked. She asked me
if I would unlock it because she was a poor mom who needed a phone. I was disturbed that she could even get my number
to call me. I let her know that I could not afford to subsidize a phone for her and that I would not unlock it. Gail


VACANCY


THE BELIZE TOURISM BOARD has an opening for an experienced INTERNAL AUDIT MANAGER.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the design and implementation of an organizational internal audit strategy to cover the different
departments of the Board by obtaining an understanding of and documenting key business processes and internal controls and providing reports and risk
analyses of the functions carried out at the various work levels on a monthly basis.
The Auditor will work independently but closely with management to provide risk-based operational, financial and compliance reviews and appraisals of
the effectiveness of the policies, procedures and standards by which the resources of the various companies are being managed.

JOB TITLE: INTERNAL AUDITOR
Duties: The Auditor will:-
To work with Board of Directors and management to ensure a system is In place which ensures that all major risks of the Board are identified and
analyzed, on an annual basis.
To plan, organize and carry out the Internal audit function including the preparation of an audit plan which fulfils the responsibility of the department,
scheduling and assigning work and estimating resource needs.
To report to the Board on the policies, programs and activities of the department
To coordinate coverage with the external auditors and ensure that each party is aware of the other's work and also well briefed on areas of concern.
To make recommendations on the systems and procedures being reviewed, report on the findings and recommendations and monitor management's
response and implementation.
To review and report on the accuracy, timeless and relevance of the financial and other information that is provided for management.
To conduct any reviews or tasks requested by Board of Directors, provided that such reviews and task do not compromise the independence or
objectivity of the internal audit function.
To provide the Board of Directors with an opinion on the internal controls in the Board.
To support the development and maintenance of governance and risk management processes.
To challenge the Board's assessment of risk and the controls in place to manage the identified risks.
To evaluate and test the effectiveness of controls in place to manage the identified risks.
Qualifications/Skills:
Minimum Bachelor's degree in Accounting and 4- 6 years experience in Auditing / Accounting
Detailed knowledge of business, financial operations, internal accounting and management controls, and audit processes
Knowledge of audit procedures, including planning, techniques, test and sampling methods involved in conducting audits
Knowledge of spreadsheet, word processing, business and accounting software
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with all levels of management and staff
The ability to work with minimal supervision


Salary:
Negotiable based on experience and qualification


L CLOSIG A :


Interested person are asked to submit resume and salary requirements to:
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BChairmanBoairoifDiFi irector
P.O. ^K Box32,Beize TourCismBoad,64Rget tee, eiz Ctelz


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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 429

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 38/2009 dated 31st
December, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 2009 at Folios
989 1006 in favour of MICHEAL LABRIEL & DOROTHY JOYCE
LABRIEL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-100901014
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
SOUTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 476

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1222/1983 dated 9th
December, 1983 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 15 of 1983 at Folios
753 764 in favour of DOROTHY JOYCE LABRIEL & MICHAEL
LABRIEL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901028
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN JOAQUIN/
SAN MAXIMO, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 69

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 30 of 1980 dated 21st
July, 1980 in favour ofALDO TZUL

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901029
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2120

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 0768/2005
dated 9th March, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 2005 at
Folios 1065 -1086 in favour of MARIO XILOJ & LETICIA XILOJ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901050
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, INDIAN HILL
EAST, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 210

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 4003/2000
dated 5th October, 2000 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 57 of 2000 at
Folios 891 898 in favour of JOSE HUMBERTO CARBALLO & GER-
TRUDIS MAGDALENA CARBALLO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901057
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3547

This parcel of and is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 215 of 2007 dated 17th
March, 2007 in favour of DOMINGA ORTEGA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901075
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIL
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 2003 & 2004

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1077/1982
dated 21st October, 1982 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 13 of 1982
at Folios 107- 114 in favour ofEWA GRABOWSKI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901076
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2001 & 2002

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 945/1984
dated 1st October, 1984 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 10 of 1984 at
Folios 339 346 in favour of EWAGRABOWSKI

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901077
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1999

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1927/1995
dated 30th August, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 21 of 1995 at
Folios 870 877 in favour of EWA GRABOWSKI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901100
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TOWER HILL,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 800


This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 355 of 1980 dated 13th
August, 1980 in favour of GREGORIO KU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901101
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, TOWER HILL,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 801

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant FiatNo. 377 of 1981 dated 11th
August, 1981 in favourofAGRIPINO KU.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901115
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1854

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2069/1994 dated 5th
September, 1994 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 24 of 1994 at Folios
711 718 in favour of OSCAR QUIROZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901116
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1411

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 124 of 1993 dated 10th
March, 1993 in favour of ELIA WAIGHT & LEONARD WAIGHT
(Jointly).

APPLICATION NO. LRSO-200901117
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 869

This parcel of landis the subject ofa Conveyance No. 2107/1995 dated 5th
October, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 1995 at Folios
739 -744 in favour of LEONARD WAIGHT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901118
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 974 & 2190

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 1887/2005 dated
8th August, 2005 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 25 of 2005 at
Folios 857 868 in favour of MARK MAHMUD & KAREN
MAHMUD

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901134
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, ALBERT/MESOP,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 328

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 2480/1999 dated
23rd August, 1995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 29 of 1999 at
Folios 767 -778 in favour of SANG MUK LEE.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901135
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, CARMELITA,
Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 288

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 279 of 2001 dated 9th
May, 2001 in favour of ROSA OLINDA GARCIA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901136
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 760

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2989/2008
dated 3rd October, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 36 of 2008
at Folios 593 604 in favour of LISA PATRICIA TILLETT.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901137
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, QUEEN SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 213

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 962 of 2006 dated 4th
November, 2006 in favour of VILMA RAMIREZ.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901154
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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


POLLING STATION NO 12 ST. JOHN'S PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 21

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Queen's Square Electoral
Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Central America
Boulevard and Fabers Road; thence south-easterly along the north-side ofFabers
Road to Queen Charlotte Street; thence east along Queen Charlotte Street to
Collect Canal; thence north along the east-bank of Collect Canal to its confluence
with South Creek; thence along the south bank of South Creek to Central
American Boulevard; thence south along the east-side of Central American
Boulevard back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 21 ST JOHN'S VIANNEY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: ST. JOHN'S PRIMARY

MESOPOTAMIA ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 13


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Mesopotamia Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Dean Street and
Collect Canal; thence south along the east bank of Collect Canal to South Creek;
thence west along the north bank of South Creek to Curassow Street; thence
north along the east-side of Curassow Street to Cemetery Road; thence
easterly along the north-side of Cemetery Road across Pound Yard Bridge to
the east bank of Collect Canal; thence south along Collect Canal back to the
point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 13 QUEEN'S SQUARE ANGLICAN,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 14

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Mesopotamia Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Collect Canal and
Orange Street; thence along Orange Street to Euphrates Avenue; thence along
Euphrates Avenue to King Street; thence along King Street to East Canal;
thence south along the west-bank of East Canal to South Street; thence west
along the south side of South Street to Basra Street at their intersection with
George Street; thence continuing west along the south-side of Basra Street to
Euphrates Avenue; thence north along the east-side of Euphrates Avenue to
Dean Street; thence west along the south-side of Dean Street to Collect Canal;
thence north along the east bank of Collect Canal back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 14 GRACE PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 15

ALL THAT comprising that section of the Mesopotamia Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Water Lane and East
Canal; thence south along the west-bank of East Canal to King Street; thence
west along the King Street to Euphrates Avenue; thence along Euphrates
Avenue to Orange Street; thence across Orange Street to Mosul Street; thence
north along the west-side of Mosul Street to Vernon Street; thence east along
the north-side of Vernon Street to Alexandra Street; thence south along
Alexandra Street to Baghdad Street; thence east along Baghdad Street to
Water Lane; thence continuing east along Water Lane back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 15 SALVATION ARMY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: GRACE PRIMARY SCHOOL


LAKE INDEPENDENCE ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 17


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Lake Independence
Electoral Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the intersection of the Western
Highway and Burdon Canal; thence easterly along the north-side of the said
Western Highway to a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 371533 meters
east and 1935066 meters north; thence north from said point to its intersection
of Administrative Drive; thence north along the east-side Administrative Drive
to its intersection with Haulover Creek; thence upstream along the south bank
ofHaulover Creek to its confluence with Burdon Canal; thence south-westerly
along the south bank of Burdon Canal back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 17 BELIZE DISTRICT EDUCATION
CENTRE, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 17B

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Lake Independence
Electoral Division in Belize City West of Central American Boulevard and
bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point on the Western Highway having a scaled UTM
coordinate of 371533 meters east and 1935066 meters north; thence easterly
along the north-side of the said Western Highway back to where it intersect
with Vernon Street; thence along the north-side of Vernon Street to Partridge
Street; thence north along the east side of Partridge Street to Mahogany Street;
thence east along the south-side of Mahogany Street to Zericote Street; thence
northerly along the east side of Zericote Street to Lark Spur Street; thence
west along the Lark Spur Street to Partridge Street; thence northerly along
Partridge Street to Morning Glory Street; thence west along the north-side of
Morning Glory Street to Oleander Street; thence north along the east-side of
Oleander Street to Haulover Creek; thence west along the south bank of
Haulover Creek to its intersection with Administrative Drive; thence south along
the eastern-side of Administrative Drive and extending to the Western
Highway back to its point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 17B ST. MARTIN DE PORRES R.C.
SCHOOL, BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: ST. MARTIN DE PORRES R.C. SCHOOL

COLLET ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 18


ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Collet Electoral Division in
Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Curassow Street
and Cemetery Road; thence north along the east-side of Curassow Street to
Cemetery Road; thence east along the north-side of Cemetery Road and across
Pound yard Bridge to Orange Street; thence along the north-side of Orange
Street to Mosul Street; thence along the west-side of Mosul Street to Vernon
Street; thence west along the north-side of Vernon Street to Central American
Boulevard; thence south along the east side of Central American Boulevard to
Cemetery Road; thence east along the north-side of Cemetery Road back to
the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 18 MASONIC LODGE HALL, VERNON
STREET, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 19

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Collet Electoral Division in
Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a pointthe said point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 371491
meters east and 1934652 meters on Hood's and Stephen's Estate; thence
continuing east along the northern boundary of Hood's and Stephen's Estate to
Central American Boulevard; thence southerly along the east-side of Central
American Boulevard to its junction with South Creek; thence easterly along the
south bank of South Creek to Curassow Street; thence north along the
east-side of Curassow Street to Cemetery Road; thence west along the
north-side of Cemetery Road to Central American Boulevard; thence north
along the east side of Central American Boulevard to Vernon Street; thence
west along the north-side of Vernon Street to its junction with the Western
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POLLING STATION NO 12 ST. JOHN'S PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 21

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Queen's Square Electoral
Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Central America
Boulevard and Fabers Road; thence south-easterly along the north-side ofFabers
Road to Queen Charlotte Street; thence east along Queen Charlotte Street to
Collect Canal; thence north along the east-bank of Collect Canal to its confluence
with South Creek; thence along the south bank of South Creek to Central
American Boulevard; thence south along the east-side of Central American
Boulevard back to the point of commencement

POLLING STATION NO 21 ST JOHN'S VIANNEY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: ST. JOHN'S PRIMARY

MESOPOTAMIA ELECTORAL DIVISION

POLLING AREA NO 13

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Mesopotamia Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Dean Street and
Collect Canal; thence south along the east bank of Collect Canal to South Creek;
thence west along the north bank of South Creek to Curassow Street; thence
north along the east-side of Curassow Street to Cemetery Road; thence
easterly along the north-side of Cemetery Road across Pound Yard Bridge to
the east bank of Collect Canal; thence south along Collect Canal back to the
point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 13 QUEEN'S SQUARE ANGLICAN,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 14

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Mesopotamia Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Collect Canal and
Orange Street; thence along Orange Street to Euphrates Avenue; thence along
Euphrates Avenue to King Street; thence along King Street to East Canal;
thence south along the west-bank of East Canal to South Street; thence west
along the south side of South Street to Basra Street at their intersection with
George Street; thence continuing west along the south-side of Basra Street to
Euphrates Avenue; thence north along the east-side of Euphrates Avenue to
Dean Street; thence west along the south-side of Dean Street to Collect Canal;
thence north along the east bank of Collect Canal back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 14 GRACE PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 15

ALL THAT comprising that section of the Mesopotamia Electoral
Division in Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of Water Lane and East
Canal; thence south along the west-bank of East Canal to King Street; thence
west along the King Street to Euphrates Avenue; thence along Euphrates
Avenue to Orange Street; thence across Orange Street to Mosul Street; thence
north along the west-side of Mosul Street to Vernon Street; thence east along
the north-side of Vernon Street to Alexandra Street; thence south along
Alexandra Street to Baghdad Street; thence east along Baghdad Street to
Water Lane; thence continuing east along Water Lane back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 15 SALVATION ARMY SCHOOL,
BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: GRACE PRIMARY SCHOOL

LAKE INDEPENDENCE ELECTORAL DIVISION


POLLING AREA NO 17

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Lake Independence
Electoral Division in Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the intersection of the Western
Highway and Burdon Canal; thence easterly along the north-side of the said
Western Highway to a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 371533 meters
east and 1935066 meters north; thence north from said point to its intersection
of Administrative Drive; thence north along the east-side Administrative Drive
to its intersection with Haulover Creek; thence upstream along the south bank
ofHaulover Creek to its confluence with Burdon Canal; thence south-westerly
along the south bank of Burdon Canal back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 17 BELIZE DISTRICT EDUCATION
CENTRE, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 17B

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Lake Independence
Electoral Division in Belize City West of Central American Boulevard and
bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point on the Western Highway having a scaled UTM
coordinate of 371533 meters east and 1935066 meters north; thence easterly
along the north-side of the said Western Highway back to where it intersect
with Vernon Street; thence along the north-side of Vernon Street to Partridge
Street; thence north along the east side of Partridge Street to Mahogany Street;
thence east along the south-side of Mahogany Street to Zericote Street; thence
northerly along the east side of Zericote Street to Lark Spur Street; thence
west along the Lark Spur Street to Partridge Street; thence northerly along
Partridge Street to Morning Glory Street; thence west along the north-side of
Morning Glory Street to Oleander Street; thence north along the east-side of
Oleander Street to Haulover Creek; thence west along the south bank of
Haulover Creek to its intersection with Administrative Drive; thence south along
the eastern-side of Administrative Drive and extending to the Western
Highway back to its point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 17B ST. MARTIN DE PORRES R.C.
SCHOOL, BELIZE CITY

COUNTING STATION: ST. MARTIN DE PORRES R.C. SCHOOL

COLLET ELECTORAL DIVISION

POLLING AREA NO 18

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Collet Electoral Division in
Belize City bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the junction of Curassow Street
and Cemetery Road; thence north along the east-side of Curassow Street to
Cemetery Road; thence east along the north-side of Cemetery Road and across
Pound yard Bridge to Orange Street; thence along the north-side of Orange
Street to Mosul Street; thence along the west-side of Mosul Street to Vernon
Street; thence west along the north-side of Vernon Street to Central American
Boulevard; thence south along the east side of Central American Boulevard to
Cemetery Road; thence east along the north-side of Cemetery Road back to
the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 18 MASONIC LODGE HALL, VERNON
STREET, BELIZE CITY

POLLING AREA NO 19

ALL THAT area comprising that section of the Collet Electoral Division in
Belize City and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 371491
meters east and 1934652 meters on Hood's and Stephen's Estate; thence
continuing east along the northern boundary of Hood's and Stephen's Estate to
Central American Boulevard; thence southerly along the east-side of Central
American Boulevard to its junction with South Creek; thence easterly along the
south bank of South Creek to Curassow Street; thence north along the
east-side of Curassow Street to Cemetery Road; thence west along the
north-side of Cemetery Road to Central American Boulevard; thence north
along the east side of Central American Boulevard to Vernon Street; thence
west along the north-side of Vernon Street to its junction with the Western
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LOST LAND/LEASE CERTIFICATES
Pursuant to Section 37(3) of the Registered LandAct, Chapter 194, Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2000, notice is hereby given of the loss of the following
Land and Lease Certificates:-

NAMECERTIFICATE REGISTRATION PARCEL
NO. SECTION NO.
JOYCE MAMBOURG DANZ as Personal Representative1601/2005 PLACENTA NORTH 688
of the Estate of Joan Beiter Mambourg (deceased)
JOYCE MAMBOURG DANZ as Personal Representative 1602/2005 PLACENTIA NORTH 689
1601/2005 PLACENTIA NORTH 688

of the Estate of Joan Beiter Mambourg (deceased)
JOYCE MAMBOURG DANZ as Personal Representative 1603/2005 PLACENTIA NORTH 690
1602/2005 PLACENTIA NORTH 689

of the Estate of Joan Beiter Mambourg (deceased)

ANTONIO DELGADO 1596/1981 COROZAL CENTRAL 300
ISHMAEL L. VERNON 6843/2004 CARIBBEAN SHORES/BELIZE 379
ANN ELIZABETH WILLIAMS (as Administratrix of the 46/1 CAR AN SOR /B
436/1993 CARIBBEAN SHORES/BELIZE 818
Estate of Herbert Leopold Williams
4th WIND INTERNATIONAL LLC 3989/2007 PROGRESSO 195
EVER AMAYA & MARIELA CATZIM 4834/2001 SAN ANDRES/RANCHITO 897
MARK E. SCHAFER & DEBRA L. SCHAFER (Jointly) LRS-200701075 SAN PEDRO 5120
It is proposed to cancel the above Land Certificates after the expiration of twenty-one (21) days from the appearance of this notice. Any person in possession
of the above-mentioned certificates is required to return it to the Belize Land Registry, Ministry of Natural Resources & the Environment, Belmopan.


(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


CANDIDATES

The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Simeon Lopez (Mayor)
2. Tita Balona (Councillor)
3. Shanna Marie Banner (Councillor)
4. Pedro "Pete" Carrillo (Councillor)
5. Olga Jean Myers (Councillor)
6. Victor Santiago Perdomo (Councillor)
7. Amilcar Alfredo Umafia (Councillor)

PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Rosalie Anita Casey (Mayor)
2. Alejandro Borboro Avila (Councillor)
3. Iris Elizabeth Cuello (Councillor)
4. William Exekiel Grant (Councillor)
5. Mervin Morgan Humphreys (Councillor)
6. Jose Lucas Ico (Councillor)
7. Santos Francisco Orellano

VISION INSPIRED BY THE PEOPLE
1. Hubert Dennis Enriquez (Mayor)
2. Elvira Brown (Councillor)
3. Kamil Espat (Councillor)
4. Robert Antonio "Bobby" Lopez (Councillor)
5. Paul Marcel Morgan (Councillor)
6. Berta Natalia Seravia (Councillor)
7. Lloyd Sylvester Tingling (Councillor)

DATED this 20W" day of February 2009.



EUGENE PALACIO
Returning Officer
Belmopan City Council Election 2009


COROZAL TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations, I,
FERMIN OLIVERA, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more
candidates having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election
of one (1) Mayor and six (6) other members of the Corozal Town Council
will be held on Wednesday March 4,2009 between the hours of seven o'clock
in the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day in the following
Polling Stations established in the various Polling Areas described hereunder: -

POLLING AREA NO 39

ALL THAT area comprising the Northern Section of the Corozal Bay
Electoral Division North of 3rd Street South and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of 3 rd Street South
produced to the coast at Corozal Bay; thence westerly along the north side of
3 rd Street to the Corozal Town boundary; thence continuing in a westerly
direction then northerly, then easterly then northerly and following the said
town boundary to its intersection with the Northern Highway, also known as
the Santa Elena Road; thence southeasterly along the north side of the Santa
Elena Road to the southern boundary of parcel 874 in the Corozal North Land
Registration Area; thence easterly along the southern boundary of parcel 874
and continuing easterly along the southern boundaries of parcels
873,872,871,1319,1320,1339,1340 and 3351 all in the Corozal North Land
Registration Area to an unnamed street; thence along the un-named street to
the south-west corner of the Stadium; thence southerly and easterly along
parcel 2456 to Toucan Street; thence along the north side of Toucan Street to
5th Street North; thence along the north side of 5 th Street North to its produc-
tion across Rainbow Beach to the coast at Corozal Bay; thence southerly along
the coast back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO: 39 ST. FRANCIS XAVIER ROMAN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL, COROZAL TOWN

COUNTING STATION: CIVIC CENTRE, COROZAL


POLLING AREA NO 40


ALL THAT area comprising the Southern Section of the Corozal Bay
Electoral Division South of 3r Street South and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of 3 rd Street South
produced to the coast at Corozal Bay; thence westerly along the north side of 3
rd Street to the Corozal Town boundary; thence southerly along the said town
boundary to its intersection with the Northern Highway; thence southwesterly
along the Northern Highway also forming a part of the Corozal Town boundary
to a tract; thence south along the town boundary and the said track to a scale
UTM coordinate of 352034 meters east and 2013517 meters north; and also
being the boundary of lands now or formerly leased to Albert Vault; thence
east along the boundary of the said lands to a point on the coast of and having
a scaled UTM coordinate of 352364 meters east and 2031509 meters north;
thence northerly along the coast back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 40 CIVIC CENTRE, COROZAL TOWN

POLLING AREA NO 41

ALL THAT portion of Corozal Town North of the Northern Boundary of
Corozal Bay Electoral Division including Alta Mira Guadalupe School.

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of the northern
Corozal Town Boundary and the coast at Corozal Bay; thence westerly along
the said boundary to where it intersects the Northern Highway, also known as
the Santa Elena Road; thence southeasterly along the north side of the Santa
Elena Road to the southern boundary of parcel 874 in the Corozal North Land
Registration Area; thence easterly along the southern boundary of parcel 874
and continuing easterly along the southern boundaries of parcels
873,872,871,1319,1320,1339,1340 and 3351 all in the Corozal North Land
Registration Area to an unnamed street; thence along the un-named street to
the south-west corer of the Stadium; thence southerly and easterly along
parcel 2456 to Toucan Street; thence along the north side of Toucan Street to 5
th Street North; thence along the north side of 5 th Street North to its
production across Rainbow Beach to the coast at Corozal Bay; thence
northerly along the coast back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 41 CIVIC CENTER, COROZAL TOWN

COUNTING STATION: CIVIC CENTER, COROZAL


CANDIDATES


The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Hilberto Enrique Campos (Mayor)
2. Aaron Ubaldo Babb (Councillor
3 Jude Stanley Budna (Councillor)
4. Willie Joselle Cruz (Councillor)
5. Abigail Karina Gomez
6. Kenisha Vyonne Esquivel (Councillor)
7. Nonita Encarnacion Ramirez (Councillor)

PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Ivan J. Castillo (Mayor)
2. Rosa Casanova (Councillor)
3. Miriam Gilharry-Gomez (Councillor)
4. RaulAltamira Mai (Councillor)
5. Arcenio Vasquez (Councillor))
6. Miguel Ricalde (Councillor)
7. Tulio Rodriguez (Councillor)

INDEPENDENT
1. Edward "Head" Henderson (Mayor)

DATED this 20" day of February, 2009.



FERMIN OLIVERA
Returning Officer
Corozal Town Council Election 2009


ORANGE WALK TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION, 2009

NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN
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CHAPTER 194, LAWS OF BELIZE (REVISED EDITION 2000)

NOTICE UNDER SECTION 13


This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PORT/
LOYOLAVILLE, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1362

This parcel of land is the subject of a Vesting Assent No. 953/2008 dated 8th
April, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 11 of 2008 at Folios
1445-1450 in favour of TROYTRAPP.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901164
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, QUEENS SQUARE
WEST, Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1256

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 393 of 2008 dated 2nd
May, 2008 in favour of CHURCHILL SAVERY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901171
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, COROZAL
CENTRAL, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 600

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 169 of 1976 dated 9th
May, 1976 in favour of OLIVE MATURA.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901187
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, DANGRIGA
NORTH, Block No. 31 and being Parcel No. 1463

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 80/2000
dated 3rd November, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of 2001
at Folios 139 1398 in favour of GEEVABADI.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901217
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3399

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 78/2003
dated 20th December, 2002 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 1 of
2003 at Folios 1245 1250 in favour of ROXANNA FLORES
MINEROS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901218
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2559

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 457/1997
dated 10th February, 1997 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1997
at Folios 1283 1290 in favour of ORLY ROXANNA MINERO.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901219
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 3392

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 1768/2003
dated 16th June, 2003 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 23 of 2004 at
Folios 617 624 in favour of ORLY ROXANNA FLORES &
RICHARD ANTHONY BURN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901220
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 89

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 788/1995 dated 27th
March, 1 995 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 9 of 1995 at Folios
733 776 in favour of OSCAR A. SABIDO as Administrator of the
Estate of David Micheal Kennick (deceased)

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901282
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PLACENTIA
NORTH, Block No. 36 and being Parcel No. 1053

This parcel of land is the subject of a Indenture No. 692/1968 dated 4th
September, 1968 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 5 of 1968 at Folios
481 496 in favour of IAN WILLIAM PAWSEY & MARGARET-ROSE
A. PAWSEY.


This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration GEORGE/PICKSTOCK,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1004

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Gift No. 1847/1998 dated
30th April, 1998 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 22 of 1998 at Folios
663 672 in favour of OLIA FLORENCE GOMEZ.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901313
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1112

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1271 of 2006 dated
17th December, 2006 in favour of CRISTOBALINA LEAL.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901314
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
SOUTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 1269

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 3147/1999
dated 11th November, 1999 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 37 of
1999 at Folios 1268 1276 in favour of BARRY LAPP.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901316
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 2223-2228, 2235, 2238,
2239, 2248-2255 & 2260-2267

This parcel of land is the subject of a Conveyance No. 144/1985 dated 19th
February, 1985 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 2 of 1985 at
Folios 515 520 in favour of HANS JORG REICHARDT & PIA
DURHAM.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901319
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, SAN IGNACIO
NORTH, Block No. 23 and being Parcel No. 466

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 1221 of 2003 dated 8th
December, 2003 in favour of JUANITAJUAN.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901321
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration GEORGE/PICKSTOCK,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1097

This parcel of land is the subject of a Deed of Conveyance No. 2550/2008
dated 27th August, 2008 and recorded in Deeds Book Volume 30 of 2008
at Folios 1211 1218 in favour of SHAUN FINNETTY.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901323
This parcel of land is situated in the Registration Section, PEMBROKE
HALL, Block No. 1 and being Parcel No. 107

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 681 of 2001 dated 10th
September, 2001 in favour ofRODOLFO EK & LILLIAM EK

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901376
This parcel of land is situated inthe. Registration GEORGE/PICKSTOCK,
Block No. 45 and being Parcel No. 1135

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 410 of 2000 dated 12th
May, 2000 in favour of FREDERICK DOE LUMOR.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901381
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 2750

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 604 of 2000 dated 8th
July, 2000 in favour of FLAVIA BURGOS.

APPLICATION NO. LRS-200900577
This parcel of land is situated inthe Registration Section, ORANGE WALK
TOWN, Block No. 4 and being Parcel No. 1558

This parcel of land is the subject of a Grant Fiat No. 343 of 1982 dated 18th
October, 1982 in favour of MANUEL BARDALEZ.


APPLICATION NO. LRS-200901290










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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations, I,
WILBER SABIDO, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more
candidates having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election
of one (1) Mayor and six (6) other members of the Orange Walk Town
Council will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 between the hours of
seven o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day in
the following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Areas
described hereunder: -

POLLING AREA NO. 53

ALL THAT area comprising the northwest portion of Orange Walk Town
bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the intersection of Holy Trinity
Street and the northern boundary of Orange Walk Town; thence west along the
said northern boundary of Orange Walk Town to the western boundary of
Orange Walk Town; thence south-easterly along the said western boundary to
its intersection with the San Antonio Road; thence easterly along the San
Antonio Road to its junction with Fonseca Street; thence along Fonseca Street
to San Andres Street; thence along the south-side of San Andres Street to Tate
Street; thence along the east-side of Tate Street to Lyle Street; thence along the
north-side of Lyle Street to Clarke Street; thence along the west-side of Clarke
Street to Holy Trinity Street; thence along the west-side of Holy Trinity Street
back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 53 SAN FRANCISCO ROMAN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL, ORANGE WALK TOWN

COUNTING STATION: SAN FRANCISCO ROMAN CATHOLIC
SCHOOL, ORANGE WALK

POLLING AREA NO. 54

ALL THAT area generally comprising part of the east portion of Orange
Walk Town bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the intersection of San Antonio
Road and Fonseca Street; thence along Fonseca Street to San Andres Street;
thence along the south-side of San Andres Street to Progress Street; thence
along Progress Street to San Francisco Street; thence along San Francisco
Street to its production to the New River; thence upstream the west bank of the
New River to its junction with the production of Cemetery Street; thence west
along Cemetery Street to Muffels Street; thence along Muffles Street to Santa
Maria Street; thence along Santa Maria Street to Main Street; thence along
Main Street to Mahogany Street; thence along Mahogany Street to Queen Victoria
Avenue; thence along Queen Victoria Avenue to its junction with the San
Antonio Road; thence west along San Antonio Road back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 54 LA IMMACULADA ROMAN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL, ORANGE WALK TOWN

COUNTING STATION: LA IMMACULADA ROMAN CATHOLIC
SCHOOL AUDITORIUM

POLLING AREA NO 55

ALL THAT area generally comprising part of the northeast portion of
Orange Walk Town bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction Orange Walk Town
northern boundary and the New River; thence upstream along the west bank of
New River to its junction with San Francisco Street; thence along the
north-side of San Francisco Street to Progress Street; thence along the east
side of Progress Street to San Andres Street; thence along the south-side of
San Andres Street to Tate Street; thence along the east-side of Tate Street to
Lyle Street; thence along the north-side of Lyle Street to Clarke Street; thence
along the west-side of Clarke Street to Holy Trinity Street; thence along the
west-side of Holy Trinity Street to its intersection with the northern boundary of
Orange Walk Town; thence east along the said northern boundary of Orange
Walk Town back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 55 CHAPLE SCHOOL, TATE STREET,
ORANGE WALK TOWN

COUNTING STATION: LOUISIANA GOVERNMENT SCHOOL,
ORANGE WALK


POLLING AREA NO 60


ALL THAT area generally comprising the southern part of Orange Walk
Town bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being the junction of the western
boundary of Orange Walk Town and the San Antonio Road; thence southerly
thence easterly along the said town boundary, a portion of which forms the
Palmar Road to the west bank of the New River; thence downstream along the
west bank of the New River to a point being Cemetery Road produced; thence
westerly along Cemetery Road to Muffles Street; thence along Muffles Street
to Santa Maria Street; thence along Santa Maria Street to Main Street; thence
along Main Street to Mahogany Street; thence along mahogany Street to Queen
Victoria Avenue; thence along Queen Victoria Avenue to the San Antonio
Road; thence westerly along the San Antonio Road back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 60 LOUISIANA GOVERNMENT SCHOOL

COUNTING STATION: LOUISIANA GOVERNMENT SCHOOL

CANDIDATES

The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Phillip Marvin de la Fuente (Mayor)
2. Raul "Splash" Alcoser (Councillor)
3 .David Israel Constanza (Councillor)
4. Eduardo Eustacio Leiva (Councillor)
5. Joel Enrique Madera (Councillor)
6. Xenia Enid Morales (Councillor)
7. Carlos Andres Perera (Councillor)


PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Ramon "Monchi" Cervantes (Mayor)
2. Rozel Arana-Flores (Councillor)
3. Rafael "Rafi" Avila (Councillor)
4. Kevin E. Bernard (Councillor)
5. Josue Carballo (Councillor)
6. Alexandro "Alex" Lopez (Councillor)
7. Faride Riverol (Councillor)

DATED this 20h day of February, 2009



Wilber Sabido
Returning Officer
Orange Walk Town Council Election 2009


SAN PEDRO (AMBERGRIS CAYE)
TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION, 2009


NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations, I,
MARILYN ORDONEZ, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more
candidates having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election
of one (1) Mayor and six (6) other members of the San Pedro Town Council
will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 between the hours of seven
o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day in the
following Polling Stations established in the various Polling Areas described
hereunder: -

POLLING AREA NO. 37

ALL THAT area comprising San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.

POLLING STATION NO 37 SAN PEDRO HIGH SCHOOL, SAN
PEDRO (AMBERGRIS CAYE) TOWN

COUNTING STATION: SAN PEDRO HIGH SCHOOL, SAN PEDRO
(AMBERGRIS CAYE) TOWN

CANDIDATES


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Belize Hosting The
BY: Harold Goodwin Co-chair
www.haroldgoodwin.info
THURSDAY, February 126,
2009:
The 3rd International Conference
on Responsible Tourism (ICRT) in
Destinations will be held in Belize.
The ICRT Belize has been
working away to develop the
agenda of the 3rd International
Conference on Responsible


BY: Kenrick Theus, Director
International Centre for
Responsible Tourism-Belize
THURSDAY, February 126,
2009:
Please allow me the opportunity
to introduce the International
Centre for Responsible Tourism -
Belize (ICRT-Belize), Belize's
newest and foremost organization
working to promote sustainable
tourism and development in our
country.
ICRT-Belize is organizing for
Belize to host the Third Interna-
tional Conference on responsible
Tourism in Destinations in May
2009.
We are working in cooperation
other like-minded organizations to
bring this wonderful exposure to


3rd International Tourism Conference


Tourism in Destinations which runs
in Belize from Tuesday, May 19th
to Friday, May 22nd.
The Conference will be opened
by the Prime Minister of Belize,
Hon. Dean Barrow.
The themes for this year's
Responsible Tourism in
Destinations Conference are:
Tourism and Local Economic
Development, Second Homes,


Belize and we would like to seek
you help in promoting this event at
home here in the country.
Many international delegates will
attend this conference thereby
placing Belize in the spotlight when
it comes to international exposure
and benefits.
Our international partners have
been working for almost a year in
assisting us to promote this
conference.
Tourism is Belize's largest foreign
exchange earner. It is an important
pillar of our country's development
and future growth.
We encourage all STAR readers
to visit the website for the
conference www.icrtbelize.org in
order to get a first hand view of
details of the conference including


Mexican Enmasy Commemorates Meaxin Flag Day


Condominiums and their Impacts
on Local Communities, Impacts
of Tourism in the Marine and
Coastal Zones, Impacts of Cruise
Tourism in Belize andAround the
World, Climate Change and
Tourism
For full details of the conference
programme, speakers (local and
international) and registration, we
invite you to visit our website at


the agenda and the work that has
already gone into organizing the
conference.
Anyone interested in obtaining
additional details on the conference
and related matters should feel free
to contact me at 625.2998 or
672.0669.


http://www.icrtbelize. org/PDF/
conferenceprog.pdf
To enable participants to secure
cheaper flights, arrangements have
been made to permit access through
Cancun on a 7 day itinerary. .
The ICRT Belize has organised
an opportunity to visit Cancun on
guided tours then to debate the
responsibility of mass tourism in
Cancun on Sunday May 17th and
then to transfer on a conference
coach to Belize, for the return
journey. Participants can return by
sleeper coach to Cancun.
If you have queries about your
registration or the organisation of
the conference please use the
contacts for ICRT Belize which is
organising the conference http://
icrtbelize.org/Contact.htm
If you would like to present a
paper please email me at
harold@haroldgoodwin.info.


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Tel: 824-2160

Visit us today for all your Grocery,
Hardware and Electrical Needs.

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BELMOPAN CITY, Embassy of
the United States of Mexico,
Tuesday, February 24, 2009:
The Embassy of Mexico in
Belize today commemorated
Mexican Flag Day two ceremonies
in Belize.
One of the ceremonies took place
on the front plaza of the Mexican
Embassy in Belmopan, where
the National flag of the United
States of Mexico was raised
simultaneously with the singing of
the Mexican National Anthem by
those in attendance.
The other ceremony was held at
the Institute of Mexico in Belize


City.
The day is set aside as a civic day
in which Mexico honor its National
Flag.
On this day the Mexican flag is
raised and commemorated in
special ceremonies in government
buildings, embassies and in all
schools.
In Mexico City, The President of
Mexico leads the Flag Day Official
Ceremony in the "Plaza de la
Constitucidn"
State Governors throughout
Mexico holds similar ceremonies
in each of their respective state
capitals.


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of our honeymoon at Chaa Creek, and
we are counting down the days until
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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Elsa Paz (Mayor)
2. Juan Jose Alamilla (Councillor)
3. Joseph Elijio (Councillor)
4. Nesto (Romel) Gomez (Councillor)
5. Justiniano (Nano) Guerrero (Councillor)
6. Severo Guerrero (Councillor)
7. Pablo Ico (Councillor)

PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Baldemar "Don Baldi"Graniel (Mayor)
2. Ana Cal-Najarro (Councillor)
3. Marina Kay Graniel (Councillor)
4. Andre Perez (Councillor)
5. Vaian "Vainie" Perez (Councillor)
6. Ian Pou (Councillor)
7. Deborah "Debbie" Spain Graniel (Councillor)

DATED this 20* day of February, 2009



MARILYN ORDONEZ
Returning Officer
San Pedro Town Council Election 2009


SAN IGNACIO/SANTA ELENA TOWN
COUNCIL ELECTION, 2009

NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations,
I, HUGO MIRANDA, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more
candidates having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election
of one (1) Mayor and six (6) other members of the San Ignacio/Santa Elena
Town Council will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 between the
hours of seven o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the
same day in the following Polling Stations established in the Polling Areas
described hereunder: -

POLLING AREA NO. 72

ALL THAT area comprising the Northern Section of San Ignacio Town
Bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of Waight Avenue
produced across Bums Avenue to the Macal River; thence west along the
north-side of Waight Avenue to the Bullet Tree Road; thence continuing west
along the north-side of the Bullet Tree Road to the western town boundary of
San Ignacio; thence northerly along the western boundary of San Ignacio Town
to the Mopan River; thence downstream along the Mopan River to its confluence
with the Macal River in an area known as Branch Mouth; thence upstream the
Macal River back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 72 SACRED HEART COLLEGE, SAN
IGNACIO TOWN

COUNTING STATION: SACRED HEART COLLEGE, SAN
IGNACIO


Bullet Tree Road to Waight Avenue; thence continuing east along the
north-side of Waight Avenue produced across Burns Avenue back to the point
of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 73 SACRED HEART ROMAN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL, SAN IGNACIO TOWN

COUNTING STATION: SACRED HEART ROMAN CATHOLIC
SCHOOL, SAN IGNACIO

POLLING AREA NO 76

ALL THAT area comprising the town of Santa Elena Bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the confluence of Red Creek to its
confluence and the Belize River; thence upstream along the north bank of the
Belize River to Branch Mouth; the continuing upstream along the Belize River
on its eastern branch also know as the Macal River to a point having a scaled
UTM coordinate of 280878 meters east and 1896504 meters north; thence to a
point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 283504 meters east and 1895823
meters north, said point being on the Pilgrimage Valley Road; thence
northeasterly along the Pilgrimage Valley Road to Red Creek; thence northerly
and downstream along Red Creek back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 76 SANTA ELENA ROMAN CATHOLIC
SCHOOL, SANTA ELENA TOWN

COUNTING STATION: SANTA ELENA ROMAN CATHOLIC
SCHOOL, SANTA ELENA TOWN


CANDIDATES


The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:


UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. John Francis August (Mayor)
2. Eduardo Cano (Councillor)
3. Orlando Moses Chuc (Councillor)
4. Bernadette Fernandez (Councillor)
5. Desol D. Neal (Councillor)
6. Vaneasa Jeaneane Neal (Councillor)
7. A. Earl Trapp (Councillor)


PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Jose Hermilio "Mendee" Mendoza (Mayor)
2. Nasim Elias Chimmy" Lisbey (Councillor)
3. Gabriel Jorge "Benjy, Gabo" Maldonado (Councillor)
4. Jose Vicente "Joe Marr" Marr Sr. (Councillor)
5. Marleni Celene "Guerra" Torres (Councillor)
6. Yolla Asme "Yolla Flores" Vasquez (Councillor)
7. Luis Amett "Cal" Zaiden (Councillor)

INDEPENDENT
1. Luis Ayala (Mayor)
2. Alfonso "Poncho" Cruz (Mayor)

DATED this 20h day of February 2009.


HUGO MIRANDA
Returning Officer
San Ignacio/Santa Elena Town Council Election 2009


POLLING AREA NO 73


ALL THAT area comprising the Southern Section of the San Ignacio Town
Bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of Waight Avenue
produced across Burns Avenue to the eastern branch of the Belize River, known
as the Macal River; thence southerly along the west bank of the Macal River
to its confluence with a creek west of the Village of Cristo Rey; thence
westerly along the south bank of the said creek and extending to the Benque
Viejo Road, the said road also being a portion of the Western Highway; thence
northerly along the Benque Viejo Road to a major track, the said major track
leading to the settlement ofProvidencien on the bank of the western branch of
the Belize River, also known as the Mopan River; thence westerly, northerly
then easterly along the said track an along the western town boundary of
San Ignacio to the Bullet Tree Road; thence east along the north-side of the


BENOUE VIEJO DEL CARMEN TOWN
COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009

NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations, I,
JUSTIN PALACIO, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more
candidates having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election
of one (1) Mayor and six (6) other members of the Benque Viejo del Carmen
Town Council will be held on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 between the
hours of seven o'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the
same day in the following Polling Stations established in the Polling Areas
described hereunder: -
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ARIES (March 22 to April 20)
Keep control of your
thoughts and don't
allow yourself to be
distracted. Single-
minded concentration
is a good attribute to
have in a week when the more
focused you are, the more
successful you will be. Good
fortune forecast on: Saturday.
Lucky Numbers: 10, 25, 56.
TAURUS (April 21 to May 21)
With fortitude and
L resilience you will
realise every cloud
has a silver lining,
and the cloud that is
currently dampening your thoughts
is no exception. As these clouds roll
by, little by little you will come to
see the more pleasing aspects of
life. Good day for luck: Thursday.
Lucky Numbers: 18, 34, 72.

GEMINI (May 22 to June 21)
Avoid being overly
optimistic. High hopes
should be evenly
Balanced with a healthy
l evel of caution. You
could be mixing with
positive people who seem to know
how to make all the right choices.
Best day for luck: Sunday. Lucky
Numbers: 19, 20, 86.

CANCER (June 22 to July 23)
You won't be one of
S those people who just
sit back and watch the
.',, world go by, this week.
Instead whatever you
decide to do, you will make an
immediate start. You create your
own luck through taking the
initiative. Lucky day: Friday Lucky.
Lucky Numbers: 9, 67, 91.

LEO (July 24 to August 21)
Even if work and
other commitments
are heavy, create some
space in your life for
"a ,L yourself. Stress and
tension could lead you to missing
out on some good opportunities.
Try to relax more. Fortunate on:
Wednesday. Lucky Numbers: 11,
33, 75.

VIRGO (August 22 to
September 21)
I You're in a position to
judge whether a risk is
worth taking. A part
of being lucky
is knowing which
opportunities to go for
and which to ignore. This week you
can rely on your instincts. Good
day for luck: Sunday. Lucky
Numbers: 6, 45, 92.


LIBRA (September 22 to
October 23)
You probably won't
be able to believe the
news you hear now.
Once you've pinched
yourself, you'll
realise you're not
dreaming and you've also got a lot
of thinking to do about the future.
Expect luck on: Monday. Lucky
Numbers: 26, 38, 49.

SCORPIO (October 24 to
November 21)
i It's amazing how life
\M starts to look up when
you feel more positive
S and determined. Be
"-' sure to create spaces
for conversations around topics that
might prove useful to you in the
future. Mix with those who can
help you. Fortunate on: Saturday.


Name ofApplicant


L11 our Horoscope & Lucky Numbers] I II I


Registration Section


SHERLENE LESLIE PLACENTIA NORTH
as Administratrix of the Estate of
PHILLIPARTHUR LESLIE


Lucky Numbers: 13, 28, 42.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22
to December 21)
Keep at a stable and
steady pace if you
want to see practical
t accomplishments. Do
your best to curb any
restlessness. Then you will have
every reason to be proud of your
success at the end of the month.
Good fortune forecast on: Monday.
Lucky Numbers: 8, 17, 44.

CAPRICORN (December 22
to January 20)
Look deeper into all
matters that come
under discussion.
Take time to do a little
background research.
You will find you are right to let
your head rule this week, and to
ignore your rather unreliable sixth
sense. Lucky day: Thursday.
Lucky Numbers: 15, 64, 83.


Block No. Parcel No.


1705 & 1827


Application for ownership by prescription for the above mentioned parcel situate in
Placentia North Registration Section has been received from SHERLENE LESLIE
as Administratrix of the Estate of PHILLIP ARTHUR LESLIE being Parcel
No. 1705 & 1827 containing 0.2 acre, 0.9 acre & 0.5 acre respectively.


The attention of the general public is hereby drawn to this notice. Any person whose
rights and interest may be affected by the registration of SHERLENE LESLIE as
Administratrix of the Estate of Phillip Arthur Leslie as proprietor with absolute title
for Parcel No. 1705 & 1827 Placentia North Registration Section containing 0.2
acre, 0.9 acre & 0.5 acre respectively is hereby requested to show cause on or within
one month from the date thereof why ownership should not be granted to
SHERLENE LESLIE as Administratrix of the Estate of PHILLIPARTHUR
LESLIE.





(CESAR DIAZ) (MR.)
for A.G. REGISTRAR OF LANDS


LRS-200900695



Registered Land Act

Chapter 194 Revised Edition 2000

Section 140(1)



OWNERSHIP BY PRESCRIPTION


AQUARIUS (January 21
to February 18)
You have a knack
of spotting good
opportunities from a
mile off. Other people
will ask you how
you're so lucky. A financial
development takes you by surprise.
You will want to keep this to
yourself. Best day for luck:
Tuesday. Lucky Numbers: 3, 52,
78.

PISCES (February 19
to March 20)
A social gathering
puts you in touch
with someone who
will be a useful
business contact in
the future. It might take a while to
break the ice when this person
could, like yourself, be rather wary
of strangers. Expect luck on:
Thursday. Lucky Numbers: 4,76,
95.










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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


POLLING AREA NO 83


ALL THAT area comprising the Eastern Section ofBenque Viejo del Carmen
Town bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of a creek at the
entrance of Benque Viejo Del Carmen Town and the eastern boundary of Benque
Viejo Del Carmen Town; thence easterly then southerly along the said town
boundary to a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 273 380 meters east
and 1888 043 meters north; thence east to the Mopan River; thence
downstream the Mopan River to a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of
271 664 meters east and 1888 538 meters north, said point being on a survey
property boundary; thence along the said boundary to Church Street; thence
east along Church Street to its junction with a creek at the entrance of Benque
Viejo Del Carmen Town; thence downstream the said creek back to the point
of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 83 MOUNT CARMEL PRIMARY
SCHOOL, BENQUE VIEJO DEL CARMEN

POLLING AREA NO. 84

ALL THAT area comprising the Western Section of Benque Viejo del
Carmen Town bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being the intersection of a creek at the
entrance of old Benque Viejo Del Carmen Town and the eastern boundary of
Benque Viejo Del Carmen Town; thence upstream the said creek to Church
Street; thence southwesterly along Church Street to a survey property
boundary; thence along the said property boundary to a point of the south bank
of the Mopan River, said point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 271 664
meters east and 1888 538 meters north; thence downstream the Mopan River
to its confluence with a creek a the entrance of Benque Viejo Del Carmen
Town; thence downstream the said creek back to the point of commencement

POLLING STATION NO 84 MOUNT CARMEL INFANT SCHOOL,
BENQUE VIEJO DEL CARMEN

COUNTING STATION: MOUNT CARMEL PRIMARY SCHOOL,
BENQUE VIEJO DEL CARMEN TOWN

CANDIDATES

The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Nicholasito Russel "Nick" Ruiz (Mayor)
2. Ana Melita Castellanos (Councillor)
3. Constance Frances "Concie" Hyde (Councillor)
4. Salvador "Jorge"Iglesias(Councillor)
5. Marcos Moises "Checha" Kotch (Councillor)
6. Eric Raul Manzanero (Councillor)
7. MiguelAngel "Mike"Velasquez (Councillor)

PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Shelly Pacheco-Hernandez (Mayor).
2. Irma Araceli Garcia (Councillor)
3. Keny Giovani Luna (Councillor)
4. Francisco Manuel "Moya"Portillo (Councillor)
5. Luis Enrique "Kike" Quiroz (Councillor)
6. Lose Luis "Wicho"Rodriguez (Councillor)
7. Daisy Yacab-Magafia (Councillor)

BENOUE ASSOCIATION
1. Humberto Moh (Mayor)
2. Asmin Betancourt (Councillor)
3. Eric Walter Billalta (Councillor)
4. Elmer Galvez (Councillor)
5. Carlos Manuel Gomez
6. Jose Eduardo Gongora (Councillor)
7. Martin Ricardo Mendez (Councillor)

DATED this 20"h day of February 2009.



JUSTIN PALACIO
Returning Officer
Benque Viejo del Carmen Town Council Election 2009


DANGRIGA TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009

NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations, I,
ANDRE CHO, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more candidates
having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election of one (1)
Mayor and six (6) other members of the Dangriga Town Council will be held
on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 between the hours of seven o'clock in the
morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day in the following
Polling Stations established in the Polling Areas described hereunder: -

POLLING AREA NO. 92

ALL THAT area comprising that section of Dangriga Electoral Division
North of the North Stann Creek River and bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being at a scaled UTM coordinate of
369378 meters east and 1877918 meters north on the coast; thence southerly
from said point to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369496 meters east and
1877149 meters north; thence north east from said point to a scaled UTM
coordinate point of 369585 meters east and 1877180 meters which is a point on
the Sawai Street; thence continue south on the western side of said Sawai
Street to its junction with Church Street; thence west along the northern side of
church street to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369486 meters east and
1876659 meters north; thence south to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369490
meters east and 1876625 meters north; thence north west along a straight line
to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369265 meters east and 1876706 meters
north; thence west along a straight line to a scaled UTM coordinate point of
368506 meters east and 1876762 meters north; thence south along a straight
line to a scale UTM coordinate point of 368509 meters east and 1876446 meters
north on the northern banks of North Stann Creek; thence east along said
northern bank of North Stann Creek to its confluence with the Caribbean Sea
on the coast; thence northerly along said coast back to the point of
commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 92 SACRED HEART ROMAN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL, DANGRIGA TOWN

POLLING AREA NO. 94

ALL THAT area comprising that section of Dangriga in the Dangriga
Electoral Division immediately south of North Stann Creek River bounded as
follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being located at a scaled UTM coordinate
of 368509 meters east and 1876446 meters north; thence south from said point
along a straight line to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 368504 meters east
and 1875643 meters north; thence east along a straight line to a scaled UTM
coordinate point of 369713 meters east and 1875816 meters north; thence south
to a scales UTM coordinate point of 369728 meters east and 1875735 meters
north which is the southern side of Yemeri Road; thence east along the
southern side said Yemeri Road to the coast; thence northerly along said coast
up to North Stann Creek; thence westerly along North Stann Creek back to the
point of commencement at a scaled UTM coordinate point of 368504 meters
east and 1875643 meters north.

POLLING STATION NO 94 ZION ADVENTIST SCHOOL MAIN
STREET, DANGRIGA TOWN

POLLING AREA NO. 95

ALL THAT area comprising the southern portion of Dangriga in the
Dangriga Electoral Division bounded as follows:

Commencing at a point the said point being located at a scaled UTM coordinate
of 368504 meters east and 1875643 meters north; thence east along a straight
line to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369713 meters east and 1875816
meters north; thence south to a scales UTM coordinate point of 369728 meters
east and 1875735 meters north which is the southern side of Yemeri Road;
thence east along the southern side said Yemeri Road to the coast; thence
southerly along said coast to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 370147 meters
east and 1874734 meters north; thence west along a straight line to a scaled
UTMcoordinate point of 376372 meters east and 1874736 meters north; thence
north east along a straight line to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369449
meters east and 1875235 meters north; thence west along a straight line to a
scaled UTM coordinate point of 368508 meters east and 1875235 meters north;
thence continue north along a straight line back to its point of commencement
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Two More Young Men Remanded For Robbery


SAN IGNACIO TOWN, Cayo
District, Monday, February 23,
2009:
While the court continues to take
a hard stance on crimes of
dishonesty in the Cayo Judicial
District, two more Santa Elena
youth were today remanded to the
central prison for robbing a Santa
Elena woman of the last sixty five
dollars she had in her possession.
Police reports that at around 7:30
pm on Saturday, February 21, Sonia
Baldera, 19, Belizean sales person,
residing in the Trapiche Area of
Santa Elena Town, was on her way
home in the company of her two
nephews, ages 13 and 14, when
upon entering a dark area near her
home, a male person of Hispanic
descent suddenly sprang out in
front of them from the bushes and


Hilario Romero, 28
pointed an object at her. She
reported that the two nephews ran
off and she followed behind them
screaming.
The complainant informed that
whilst fleeing, she pushed her hand
in her pocket, pulled out the sixty


Harim & Lenny Remanded On Rape Charges


Lionel Pinelo, 22


five dollars she had and threw it at
the man who chasing her. He
reportedly stopped, picked up the
money and discontinued the chase.
While she was fleeing, the
complainant alleges that she saw
another male person coming out of


the bushes pushing two bicycles.
She was able to recognize them as
they had passed by earlier that
evening.
The complainant visited the
police station at around 10 o'clock
the following morning, Saturday
February 22 and filed the report.
Police investigation led to the
arrest of Hilario Romero, 28,
Belizean laborer of a Santa Elena
Town address and Lionel Pinelo,
22, also a Belizean laborer of a
Santa Cruz area address in Santa
Elena Town.
The accused, Hilario Romero and
Lionel Pinelo were jointly charged
for robbery. They pleaded not
guilty to the crime and, on the
prosecutors request; they were
remanded to prison until Thursday,
March 26, 2009.


Street address in Santa Elena Town
reported that she was in the
company of the accused who
invited her to his house in the
Santiago Juan Layout community
in San Ignacio where the accused
reportedly had sexual intercourse
with her against her will. The
complainant additionally informed
that she managed to escape but
that the accused caught up with her


and attempted to pull her into his
car whereby a struggle ensued.
The complainant alleges that
during the struggle, she lost her
gold chain, broke her cellular
telephone and tore her blouse
and brassier. She estimates her
loss and damaged items of
clothing at five hundred and forty
dollars. Bail was denied and
he accused was remanded to
prison.


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informs its customers that the
Corozal Free Zone, San Pedro and
San Ignacio branches will be
closed for business on
Saturday March 7th, 2009.


For everyday banking
transactions, please use our ATM
machines available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week or your
Belize Bank VISA Debit Card.


The Belize Bank Limited takes

this opportunity to wish its

customers and all Belizeans

a Safe and Happy

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Institute For Technical and Vocational Education and Training
PO Box 134, Buena Vista Street, San Ignacio
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Tel: 501-824-2944/4203, Fax: 501-824-2944
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BELIZE CITY COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009


at a scaled UTM coordinate point of 368504 meters east and 1875643 meters
north;

POLLING STATION NO. 95 HOLY GHOST ROMAN CATHOLIC
SCHOOL, DANGRIGA TOWN

POLLING AREA NO. 96

ALL THAT area comprising the Northern Section of Dangriga in the
Dangriga Electoral Division comprising the Benguche Area and bounded as
follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point being at a scaled UTM coordinate of
369378 meters east and 1877918 meters north on the coast; thence west along
a straight line to a scaled UTM coordinate of 369107 meters east and 1877918
meters north; thence north from said point to a scaled UTM coordinate point of
369107 meters east and 1877980 meters north; thence continue west to a scaled
UTM coordinate of 368963 meters east and 1877980 meters north; thence
continue north to a scaled UTM coordinate of 368961 meters east and 1878098
meters north, thence west along a straight line to a scaled UTM coordinate
point of 368506 meters east and 1878098 meters north; thence south from said
point to a scaled UTM coordinate of 368506 meters east and 187762 meters
north; thence east to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369265 meters east
and 1876706 meters north; thence south east from said point to a scaled UTM
coordinate point of 369490 meters east and 1876625 meters north; thence north
to a scale UTM coordinate point of 369486 meters east and 1876659 meters
north; thence east along the northern side of Church Street to its junction with
Sawai Street; thence north on the western side of said Sawai Street to a scaled
UTM coordinate point of 369585 meters east and 1877180 meters north; thence
south west from said point to a scaled UTM coordinate point of 369496 meters
east and 1877149 meters north; thence northerly from said point to a scaled
UTM coordinate point of 369569 meters east and 1877604 meters north the
said point being on the coast of the Caribbean sea; thence northerly along said
coast back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 96 BENGUCHE COMMUNITY CENTER,
DANGRIGA TOWN

COUNTING STATION: DANGRIGA TOWN HALL, DANGRIGA
TOWN

CANDIDATES

The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Aaron "Jake" Gongora (Mayor)
2. Peter Ciego (Councillor)
3. Grace Cleoline Fairweather (Councillor)
4. Alexander Raymond Joseph (Councillor)
5. Charles "Mr. Marr" Mariano (Councillor)
6. Harry Henry Sabal (Councillor)
7. Elvis Usher (Councillor)

PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Simeon Teddy Noralez (Mayor)
2. Bruce Alexander Chaplin (Councillor)
3. Martha Marie Flores-Robinson (Councillor)
4. Myric Anthony Flores (Councillor)
5. Orlando John Lucas (Councillor)
6. Adonis Martinez (Councillor)
7. Jose Benigno Villafranco (Councillor)

INDEPENDENT
1. Christopher John "Master Chris" Lewis (Mayor)
2. Francis Xavier Marin (Mayor)

DATED this 20th day of February 2009.



ANDRE CHO
Returning Officer
Dangriga Town Council Election 2009


In accordance with the Town Councils Act and the applicable Regulations, I,
OSCAR REYES, Returning Officer, hereby give notice that more candidates
having been nominated than there are seats to be filled, the election of one (1)
Mayor and six (6) other members of the Punta Gorda Town Council will be
held on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 between the hours of seven o'clock in
the morning and six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day in the following
Polling Stations established in the Polling Areas described hereunder: -

POLLING AREA NO 109

ALL THAT area comprising the Southern Section of Punta Gorda Town
from Prince Street and Environs bounded as follows:

Commencing point, the said point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 306277
meters east and 1781248 meters north andbeing on New Road; thence west to
a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 304442 meters east and 1781237
meters north; thence south to a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 304442
meters east and 1778462 meters north, the said point being on the coast of the
Caribbean Sea; thence northerly along the coast to the southern side of Prince
Street; thence north west along the southern side of Prince Street to its
intersection with the airstrip; thence south and around airstrip to its intersection
with the southern side of New Road; thence north west along the southern side
of New Road back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 109 ST. PETER CLAVER ROMAN
CATHOLIC SCHOOL, PUNTA GORDA TOWN

POLLING AREA NO. 111

ALL THAT area comprising the Northern Section of Punta Gorda Town
and environs bounded as follows:

Commencing from a point the said point having a scaled UTM coordinate of
307190 meters east and 1782375 meters north and being on the south bank of
Joe Taylor Creek, thence south west along a straight line to a scaled UTM
coordinate of 306645 meters east and 1781378 meters north; thence west to a
scaled UTM coordinate of 306497 meters east and 1781379 meters north;
thence south west to a scale UTM coordinate of 306430 meters east and
1781247 meters north; thence west to the south side of New Road having a
scaled UTM of 306227 meters east and 1781248 meters north; thence south
east along the southern side of the said New Road to its intersection with the
airstrip; thence south west and around the airstrip to its intersection with Prince
Street; thence south east along the southern side of Prince Street to the
Caribbean Sea Coast; thence northerly along the said coast to its confluence of
Joe Taylor Creek; thence north easterly along the southern banks of said Joe
Taylor Creek back to the point of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 111 PUNTA GORDA METHODIST
SCHOOL, PUNTA GORDA TOWN

POLLING AREA NO 112A

ALL THAT area comprising of Joe Taylor Creek and Hopeville bounded as
follows:

Commencing at a point, the said point having a scaled UTM coordinate of
307692 meters east and 1782842 meters north; thence west to a point having a
scaled UTM of 307292 meters east and 1782843 meters north; thence south to
a point having a scaled UTM of 307288 meters east and 1782386 meters north,
the said point being on Joe Taylor Creek; thence south easterly along the
southern bank of Joe Taylor Creek to the Caribbean sea Coast; then north
along the sea coast to a point having a scaled UTM coordinate of 307705
meters east and 1782448 meters north; thence continue north back to the point
of commencement.

POLLING STATION NO 112A PUNTA GORDA METHODIST
SCHOOL, PUNTA GORDA TOWN

COUNTING STATION: PUNTA GORDA METHODIST SCHOOL,
PUNTA GORDA TOWN

CANDIDATES

The Candidates for the above-mentioned election are as follows:

UNITED DEMOCRATIC PARTY
1. Floyd Lino (Mayor)
2. Fern Gutierrez (Councillor)
3. Anthony "Bones"Lambey (Councillor)
Cotiueo- Pge2


PUNTA GORDA TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION. 2009

NOTICE THAT A POLL WILL BE TAKEN









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Three Cayo Villagers

they came upon ashes where
Sutherland's 26 X 40 pine lumber
house once stood. In a statement to
the police, Sutherland placed the
value of the house at ninety five
thousand dollars and the stolen
items at six thousand dollars all for
a total loss of one hundred and one
thousand dollars.
In presenting the case, prosecutor
George Gomez, strongly objected


iRemanded For Arson


Some of the items recovered
to the granting of bail to the three
accused, citing the seriousness of
the charge and the fact that it is to
be tried on indictment in the
Supreme Court. Magistrate
Kathlene Lewis concurred with the
prosecutor's submission and all
three accused were remanded to the
central prison in Hattieville. They
are scheduled to reappear in court
on Thursday, March 26, 2009.


A heap of ashes, charred coal and twisted metal roofing now
occupies the space where Godwin Sutherland's house once
stood in the Mountain Pine Ridge

Accused Of Jacking A 9 Year Old Boy


to his mother.
With the mother and child in the
police vehicle, a search began for
the two accused. The child
reportedly spotted and identified
Bateman on Carmen Street where
he was hanging out and he was
taken into custody.
The search continued, and it was
sometime shortly after 8:00 pm that
same night when Pascacio was
found and detained.
They spent the weekend in the
police lockup and were taken to
court on Monday morning where
they pleaded not guilty to the
charge. In court, the prosecution
informed of the existence of a
statement from the child's mother
informing that at around 5:30 pm
on Sunday, February 22, she was
first approached by the mother of
one of the accused who reportedly
offered to pay her the $4.00 in
exchange for withdrawing the
charge against her son. She
informed that about an hour later
the father of one of the accused also
visited her home and offered to
reimburse the eighty dollars on the
condition that she discontinue


the proceeding against his son. In
the statement, the mother informed
that she did not accept the money
from none of the parents but that
she is no longer interested in
proceeding with the charge as she
does not want any problems with
the accused or members of their
families. She additionally informed
that she was neither threatened nor
offered a bribe. The court however,
declined to accept the mother's
request as there is a possibility that
the court could very likely invoke
the "Refractory Witness"
provision of the Summary Jurisdic-
tion Procedure Act 28, Chapter 99
of the laws of Belize which specifi-
cally seeks to address this matter.
This is the same provision of the
Act which the Chief Justice
recently urged magistrates to begin
utilizing in these specific instances.
Prosecutor George Gomez
objected to bail and Magistrate
Kathlene Lewis concurred.
Pascacio and Bateman were
consequently remanded to prison
until Tuesday, March 17, 2009.
Pascasio managed to sneak out of
court and up to press time this
Friday morning, he is still at large.


BELIZE CITY COUNCIL


ELECTION. 2009

Orlando Muschamp (Councillor)
Albert "Ali"Ramcalm(Councillor)
Leroy "Ned" Supaul (Councillor)
Sylvestre Teul (Councillor)


PEOPLE'S UNITED PARTY
1. Carlos "Obeah" Galvez (Mayor)
2. Luis "Tito"Alvarez (Councillor)
3. Hilton "Mr. G Pooh" Garbutt (Councillor)
4. Raimundo "Papito" Noralez (Councillor)
5. Sheldon "Shel-D" Ramirez (Councillor)
6. Jose"Tio" Teul (Councillor)
7. Jacqueline Dana Young (Councillor)


PEOPLES NATIONAL PARTY
1. Linston "Blues" McKenzie (Mayor)
2. Emiliano Choc (Councillor)
3. Anthony "Hammer" Gabriel (Councillor)
4. Edsel Lopez (Councillor)
5. Royston"Big Mac" Mckenzie (Councillor)
6. Maria Petillo (Councillor)

CONGRESS OF THE P.G PEOPLE
1. Herman Marion Lewis (Mayor)
2. Adrian Lewis (Councillor)
3. Joseph Lewis (Councillor)

INDEPENDENT
1. Hervan Marion Morgan (Councillor)

DATED this 20" of February 2009.

OSCAR REYES
Returning Officer
Punta Gorda Town Council Election 2009

ALLOCATION OF COLOURS TO POLITICAL PARTIES
AND INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES CONTESTING THE
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 2009

The Elections and Boundaries Commission has allocated the following colours
to the political parties and independent candidates contesting the Municipal
Elections, 2009: -


POLITCAL PARTIES

United Democratic Party

People's United Party

Peoples National Party (PNP)

Vision Inspired By The People

Benque Association

Congress of the P.G. People


INDEPENDENT CANDIDATES

Luis Ayala

Alfonso "Poncho" Cruz

Edward "Head" Henderson

Christopher John "Master Chris" Lewis

Francis Xavier Marin

Hervan Marion Morgan


COLOUR

RED

BLUE

GREEN

YELLOW

PURPLE

BROWN


LIGHT GREEN

GOLD

PINK

GREY

PEACH

BLACK


Ruth Meighan
CHIEF ELECTIONS OFFICER








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Despite suffering for 2 long years under a repressive, hostile and vindictive
PUP Central Government, Mayor John August and his Team were able to
accomplish much more than most Mayors who came before him.
THE RECORD OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS STANDS OUT FOR ALL TO SEE.
"Let Progress and Development Continue on March 4th -Vote UDP 7!!!

The first phase of a new and modern farmers market, to serve the people of San Ignacio & Santa Elena and indeed the entire Cayo District,
is today a reality. No longer are we walking like pigs in the mud when it rains on market day. No longer are we buying our fruits and vegetables
from among the mud. The new market has attracted in excess of a 100% more fruit and vegetable vendors as well as other enterprising
Belizeans. The other phase of the development of the market must continue. Mayor John August kept his promise to build a new market and
today the new market is a testimony of a promise kept. He has promised to construct the other phase and when re-elected with his team on
March 4, 2009, he will continue the development of the market.

Many are the Mayors and Councillors before John August and his team who expected us to be satisfied with a little scraping and painting of
the outdated Columbus Park. But NOT John August and his team. When the Shell Gas Station requested an expansion, Mayor John August
successfully negotiated for the total demolition and upgrading of the Columbus Park and today the new park stands as another testimony of his
ability to bring progress to the residents of San Ignacio and Santa Elena. "You want to expand" said Mayor John August "Then build a park
for my people" and after much negotiation and hard work the park is yet another milestone in Mayor John August's vision for the community.

Injust a few months after a friendly UDP central government was elected, Mayor John August went to Belmopan and successfully negotiated
for the removal of the Cox Garbage Yoke from around our necks. Today the residents of the Twin Towns are free of that yoke.

Many are the Mayors before John August who sat in the Town Hall and never as much as painted it once during their term in office. Not so
with Mayor John August. He has not only painted the building but have consistently upgraded and improved it every single year. Today the
Town Hall is much more improved from when he inherited it in 2006.

No longer are street side cutters sharing machete and files to get the job done. In fact today, under the leadership of Mayor John August and
his team, machetes and files are tools of the pass for street side cutters. Today, street side cutters are using high powered weed cutters bought
and paid for by Mayor John August and his team. Council worker have no intention of returning to the days of machetes and the sharing of a
file.

*In 2006 Mayor John August and his team inherited a Town Council in deep financial crisis. It was a Council that had a hard time to pay its
workers. A Council that could not get credit from local businesses. A council that could barely purchase fuel for the single vehicle it had.
Today, with the prudent management skills of Mayor John August and his team, the Council's financial head is now floating above the water.

Under the stewardship of Mayor John August and his team, the Council has moved from owning a single vehicle to now owning over ONE
MILLION DOLLARS worth of equipment from weed cutters, to tractors, trucks and more recently a FIRST EVER Compactor Truck and
a FIRST EVER Grader.

In one short term, Mayor John August and his team have paved and repaired more streets than any of his predecessors.

*Much, much more has been accomplished. Much, much more is left to be done. If Mayor John August and his team were able to achieve so
much under a HOSTILE PUP Central Government IMAGINE how much more he can achieve under a friendly UDP Central Government.

There Is No Turning Back To Those Days of Corruption and Thievery
LET PROGRESS AND DEVELOPMENT CONTINUE
Vote For Mayor John August and His RED Team




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