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Government Moves to Give Motor Sports a Home
Government is continuing its efforts towards ensuring that motor sports have a home. The Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs (MSYA) recently got the go ahead from Cabinet to hire consultants to develop a master plan and conduct a feasibility study on 65 acres of land at Orange Valley, Waterloo Carapichaima for the development of a Motor Sport Facility. This is in keeping with MSYAâ€™s Sport for All objective and the Vision 2020 Report on Youth Sport and Recreation.
The process is aimed at examining the viability of establishing a motor sport facility on the site, and thoroughly test whether the proposed project is practical in relation to the needs assessment, management options, the range of services to be offered, technical design options, risk assessment, cost and recommendations for investment.
Terms of Reference for Consultancy Services have already been developed by the Ministry. Procurement of a consultant is now on the way. This project is being managed by the Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago.
For enquiries about the Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs please contact Ms. Arlene Gorin-George at 625-8874 ext. 5018.
link wrote:in one of MSYA's so-called discussions they did say 65 acres was 'not enough'...........so how come cabinet approve a consultant to do 'feasibility'....so he could take our taxpaying monies and tell govt "65 acres not enough" ??
nobody that SCHUPID
Procurement of a consultant is now on the way. This project is being managed by the Sport Company of Trinidad and Tobago
Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:
But Link you were angry when they said the 65 acres was not enough. Now they are listening to you and trying to find out for sure by first getting a professional analysis and you vex too?
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