A visit to Lata wharf yesterday morning saw managing director of Fair Trade and contractor Mr. Chacha Amoi with heavy machines onboard a landing craft bound for Reef Islands.
Reports said bystanders at the wharf are very happy to see such big development happening in the province despite the recent earthquake and tsunami that caused damages to parts of Santa Cruz Islands.
call on people of Reef Islands to be open minded on such development and allow
their land for the machines to pass through.
is understood that some landowners are start claiming berth fees and access
road fees for those machines to be transported to the construction area.
is not good for development and will delay the national project.
of the teachers in Reef Islands Frank Natei said; they are very delighted to
see the new development, the sign of machines now in our shores gives us hope.
said many times they travel to Lata during rough seas and risk their lives. With
the airport it will now make life easy for everyone.
Natei called on landowners to respect the government national project to be
implemented successfully for the betterment of people in the remote Islands of
acknowledges the national government the provincial authorities the contractor and
the landowners for their commitment in ensuring that the project is implemented
The Lomlom airport is one of the earmarked projects by the national government.
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