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Background Information

Employment History

Communications Manager

Dart Group PLC


Marketing Manager

Dart Enterprises


Communications Manager

Dart Enterprises


Chief Executive Officer

Dart Enterprises


Communications Manager

Dart Realty Ltd


Marketing Manager

DRCL


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www.caymannetnews.com

In addition to the amount provided for paying the 50 workers, the company is providing a free meal, noted the Dart communications manager, Lynn Smith-Moore.


www.caymannetnews.com

As a local company, we continue to be committed to the Cayman Islands and to have a long-term view and commitment to the people of this country," said Dart Communications Manager, Lynn Smith-Moore.
DECCO, an acronym for Dart Enterprises Construction Company was formed last year to service the ongoing construction needs of related company Dart Realty at Camana Bay. "For this particular project we have assembled an excellent team of experienced professionals, both from around the world and locally, led by Cameron Graham, CEO of DECCO," Ms Smith-Moore said. "We anticipate that the next steps will involve negotiations with the cruise lines as they are a key stakeholder in any development such as this," she added.


www.caymannetnews.com

"As there is a demand for quality subdivisions on the island, we felt that this would be the best use of this land," said Lynn Smith-Moore, the Communications Manager of Dart Realty.


www.caymannetnews.com

Lynn Smith-Moore, Communications Manager, Dart Enterprises, said, "Like most residents and businesses and as an adjacent land owner, we are concerned about the landfill.
Mrs Smith-Moore said that Dart's construction company DECCO is not among the group of companies who have submitted proposals to Government. "At this point in time we have not submitted a proposal but we are very pleased that the Cayman Islands Government is looking at the issue," she said. With a view to being a part of the solution, Ms Smith-Moore said, "We do have some recommendations that we will be making in the near future that we believe will be helpful to the government as it considers possible solutions."


www.caymannetnews.com

Lynn Smith-Moore,
Communications Manager "As there is a demand for quality subdivisions on the island, we felt that this would be the best use of this land," said Lynn Smith-Moore, the Communications Manager of Dart Realty. The area slated for development is located off Batabano Road, near Morgan's Harbour encompassing parcels 5C78, 5C79, 5C330, 5C103, 9A154, 9A155, and 9A167. The proposed development consists of a sub-division made up of 102 single-family house lots with lake front amenities. "Overall, we see this as a win-win for the residents of West Bay and the future of the Cayman Islands," said Ms Smith-Moore. "The process would include polling and notifying residents in this area of West Bay," Ms Smith-Moore said, adding, "Prior to any excavation, the necessary approvals will be obtained." Local heavy equipment operators will be engaged for the excavation work "thus substantially helping the local economy," said Ms Smith-Moore. If approved, Dart will begin excavation of the land to gain the fill required for the development. "Excess fill may also be used for Camana Bay," she added. "We are well aware of large trucks disturbing people as they travel through residential areas," Ms Smith-Moore said. "To ensure we do not disrupt residents, we will be proposing a road corridor going south, essentially a back road," she stated, for trucks to use when shipping fill and equipment.


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