Posted on October 20, 2015
By James Whittaker, Cayman Compass.com
A public demonstration is being planned to protest government’s decision to move forward with plans for cruise piers in George Town harbor.
Jessica Lopez, one of the organizers, said the aim is to show the level of public opposition to the project. The rally is planned for 3 p.m. on Oct. 17 on the waterfront by Hog Sty Bay.
She said protesters will bring placards and signs campaigning against dredging the harbor.
“We want to catch government’s attention and change their mind. We are hoping to get a large turnout. If we could get 1,000 people, that would be great.”
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