JAM | Feb 11, 2024

Big tourism projects coming to Trelawny which spells jobs, jobs, jobs -PM Holness

Al Edwards

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Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) leader Andrew Holness flanked by Member of Parliament Tova Hamilton (left) and Councillor Andre Campbell (right) on a tour of Falmouth, Trelawny on Saturday, February 10, 2024. (OUR TODAY photo)

Prime Minister Andrew Holness is on the local government election campaign trail and bringing his star power to the task at hand.

Yesterday (February 10) he was in Clarks Town, Trelawny, where he announced that an income tax reduction is coming soon.

He also announced that 700 houses will be built in Trelawny North and that the parish from where Usain Bolt hails will see substantial hotel development projects including the new RIU Hotel which will open in May of this year followed by work to begin on the Harmony Cove Resort complex project.


(OUR TODAY video)


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