by Rick Lowe
I read in one of the daily newspapers this week (can't remember which now) that Prime Minister Christie was keeping his eye on the increased fees at the Lynden Pindling International Airport (LPIA).
The nation should feel at ease knowing this.
Of course I'm not sure what it means that the PM is watching this situation, but obviously it's vitally important. At least we don't have to keep our eyes on it now!
Okay, enough with the sarcasm I agree. But come on now, the country has spent millions upon millions of dollars on improving the airport (I think the PLP signed on to the management firm during its 2002 to 2007 term?) so surely it should be revenue producing to pay for it?
Maybe come Monday the problem, whatever it was, will be resolved.
Surely this is not what we elect a government to do?