Residents who stood firm against Bermuda Tourism Authority plans to include Shelly Bay Beach in the National Tourism Plan, will have another chance to have their say on the plan coming out of their objections to make the popular neighourhood beach accessible for the disabled.
Members of the public are urged to attend a town hall meeting hosted by the Ministry of Public Works this Thursday, April 11th at Francis Patton gymnasium 11 at 6:30pm.
Ministry representatives will be on hand to present “the proposed plans for the addition of accessible facilities for seniors and the disabled at Shelly Bay Beach”.
“The Ministry will also share with attendees proposed plans for a small concession area in the Shelly Bay park.”
The Ministry is also “keen to ensure that any proposed additions or enhancements to the Shelly Bay Park area receive public input”.
Public Works Minister Lieutenant-Colonel David Burch will be there with other Government MPs from the surrounding constituencies “to address any queries from area residents and interested members of the public”.