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Potter’s Cay Dock. Photo: Shawn Hanna /Tribune Staff

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Tough times for Potter's Cay - but still helping storm victims

DESPITE growing tensions at Potter’s Cay Dock, vendors remain committed to doing their part to assist those who were adversely affected by Hurricane Dorian. Early last month, the Category Five Storm pummeled Abaco and Grand Bahama, destroying many h

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Falling trade and threats if they talk to the media - troubles facing Potter's Cay vendors

VENDORS at Potter’s Cay Dock yesterday expressed continued frustration with authorities over ongoing concerns at the dock, calling for government officials to find an immediate resolution to their complaints. Numerous concerns raised by stall holder

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Call for Potter's Cay dock manager to resign was 'disappointing'

IT IS disappointing that Potter’s Cay Dock vendors called for dock manager Gregory Minnis to resign during their protest last week, the Ministry of Agriculture said yesterday. The government’s parking policy, preventing patrons from parking in front

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Potter's Cay stallholders say parking ban hurting business

GREGORY Bowles used to pay his $900 monthly rent with ease but is now three months behind and waiting to be evicted from his apartment along with his wife. The 54-year-old has also laid off three employees since police officers began enforcing a gove


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