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$1m for phase 3

Luke Rawalai
Sunday, January 26, 2014

THE government has spent $1million of its $2m allocation for the project to upgrade and later declare the Seaqaqa development centre a town.

Speaking at a public consultation at Seaqaqa Police Station, Town and Country Planning director Losana Rokotuibau said they were already into the third phase of the project's three-stage documentation process.

Ms Rokotuibau said the documentation process normally took eight months and two years to complete.

"Government through the Ministry of Finance is trying to get the project up and running, so it is giving in another $1million soon to complete the project," she said.

"The other $1million will be set aside for the documentation process of the same project in Nabouwalu.

"We will submit for another $1million next year for the completion of the Seaqaqa development centre into a town."








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