‘$1.3 Million Spent On Stimulus Projects To Date’

May 25, 2021 | 2 Comments

Approximately $1.3 million has been spent on Stimulus Projects to date, the Government said, adding that they believe “these Stimulus Projects will not only help to stimulate economic and job growth, but will also create and enhance its valuable assets.”

In an online post, the Bermuda Government said, “A total of approximately $1.3 million has been spent on Stimulus Projects to date and include projects such as a Solar project for the Government Administration, General Post Office, TCD and Fort Langton Bus Depot buildings; the construction of a Molecular Diagnostic Lab; structural work on the Coney Island bridge and Darrell’s Wharf repair work.

“The Ministry of Public Works is currently partnering with the Department of Workforce Development [DWD] and will encourage contractors to reach out to DWD if they need to hire any labor for Stimulus Projects. The Government believes these Stimulus Projects will not only help to stimulate economic and job growth, but will also create and enhance its valuable assets.”

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  1. wahoo says:

    I guess if you need a hussle this is a good thing but we need to get foreign currency coming in real quick.

    • Joe Bloggs says:

      I think the idea is to get some return for money spent rather than just giving it away as unemployment benefit.

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