Official Govt & Legal Notices For March 16 2022

March 16, 2022 | 0 Comments

The official Government and Legal notices today [March 16] include large group exemption, road sobriety checkpoint notice and list of proposed planning applications advertised.

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Large Group Exemption Funeral And Wake Of Mr. Darius Tucker JP

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Public Notification
  • Notice ID: GN0330/2022
  • Public Authorities / Department: Ministry Level
  • Publication date: 16 March 2022

Public Health [Covid-19 Emergency Powers]

[Phased Re-Opening] Regulations 2021

Large Group Exemption

Whereas the Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport considers that Zita Bean is justifying an exemption from the prohibition in regulation 5[5] of the Public Health [Covid-19 Emergency Powers] [Phased Re-opening] Regulations 2021 on groups of more than 200 persons assembling;

Now therefore, the Minister grants an exemption under regulation 5[5] of those Regulations to Zita Bean of 11 Harrincourt Smith’s FL 07, permitting a gathering of 270 persons to assemble for the purposes of:

The Funeral of Mr Darius Tucker, JP on 18th March 2022 from 10:30am to 12:30pm, at The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity and 29 Church Street Hamilton HM 12.

The Wake of Mr Darius Tucker, JP on 18th March 2022 from 12:30pm to 7:00pm at Warwick Workman’s Club and 42 Cobbs Hill Road Warwick WK 09.
Subject to all public health laws and regulations in place at the time of your event, the standard large group conditions below.

Standard Large Group Conditions:

  • The number of attendees at any event is limited to the number prescribed on the approval notice.
  • A valid SafeKey or negative antigen test taken the day of the event are required for attendees at indoor gatherings above the permitted number of persons. Event workers and sport groups can use the antigen testing framework in the Return to Play Guidance. SafeKeys must be checked against a valid ID with name and date of birth, and be verified on https://verify.gov.bm/ prior to entry, per guidance at www.gov.bm/safekey. Antigen tests must taken the day of event.
  • Masks must be worn indoors and outdoors by staff and patrons if 6 foot distancing cannot be maintained, unless eating or drinking, or with members of one household or during physical exertion, per Public Health Guidelines at: www.gov.bm/mask-guidance
  • Contact tracing details must be collected from all attendees including full name, date and time of visit, phone and email in case there is a positive case in attendance.
  • Signage must be available throughout indoor and outdoor settings encouraging physical distancing and indoor mask wearing.
  • Marshalls must be deployed at the rate of 1 Marshall per 50 attendees, in particular at the entrance, bathrooms, food and drink vending, and narrow and enclosed areas to enforce 6 foot distancing, hand hygiene and mask wearing. Marshalls can include adult staff, volunteers and security. The event organiser shall identify the Marshalls by name to compliance and enforcement officers.
  • Sanitizing stations must be available at the entrance of any indoor setting and on tables and bar counters.
  • Lines for food, drinks and bathrooms must be marked to ensure 6 feet a distance between each person waiting in line.
  • Staff should complete the online Infection Prevention Control training available at: www.gov.bm/infection-prevention-and-control-training
  • Food and beverage vendors must comply with Environmental Health licensing and food hygiene regulations and requirements.
  • Employees must be screened for signs/symptoms of Covid-19 at the start of their shift. Sick employees must be directed to stay home or immediately go home if they feel or appear sick.
  • Adhere to cleaning and disinfecting Public Health guidelines at: https://www.gov.bm/Covid-19-guidance-events-and-gatherings
  • WeHealth is strongly encouraged as it will help contain an outbreak in case of a positive case at any event whether above or below the permitted number.
  • A copy of this “Letter of no objection” for the Large Group gathering and the conditions must be posted at the entrance and clearly visible and kept on file to be made available upon request

The Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sport reserves the right to withdraw the permission to have more than the permitted number of persons assembled at the event without notice or cost to the Bermuda Government subject to the status of Covid-19 in the local community.

The Bermuda Police Service and Officials from the Ministries of National Security, Health and Youth, Culture and Sport have right to attend and observe compliance of the conditions as prescribed above.

Dr. The Honourable Ernest G. Peets, JP

Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport

16th March 2022

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Road Sobriety Checkpoint [No. 3] Notice 2022

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Road Sobriety Checkpoint Notice
  • Notice ID: GN0329/2022
  • Public Authorities / Department: Bermuda Police Service
  • Publication date: 16 March 2022

The Assistant Commissioner of Police, in compliance with the requirement of section 35BD[1] of the Road Traffic Act 1947, gives the following Notice:

Road Sobriety Checkpoint Notice 2022 [PDF here]

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List of Proposed Planning Applications Advertised on March 16, 2022

  • Notice Type: Government Notice
  • Notice Sub Type: Notification of Planning Applications Registered
  • Notice ID: GN0328/2022
  • Public Authorities / Department: Planning
  • Publication date: 16 March 2022

Listing Of Plan Applications Registered [For Advertisement]

Applications Advertised on March 16, 2022. This list was printed on March 16, 2022.

Objections to applications must be received within 14 days of the date advertised [March 30, 2022]

Summary of Application Details

The applications shown below are available for review on the EnerGov Customer Self Service Portal

[https://planningenergov.gov.bm/EnerGov_Prod/SelfService#/home], or during normal working hours at the

Department of Planning, 5th Floor, Dame Lois Browne Evans Building, 58 Court Street, Hamilton HM 12.

Letters of objection should state any interest which the objector[s] may have in property nearby, supply an address

at which notice may be served on the objector[s], and provide a concise statement of the grounds of the objection.

For further information on the objection procedure see the Development and Planning [Applications Procedure] Rules

1997.

Application Application #

Warwick
P0118‑22
Kirk Kitson
3 Kirkdale Drive
Warwick WK06
Proposed New Kitchen Extension [Listed Building].
[Final Approval]

City of Hamilton
P0069‑22
Corporation of Hamilton
3 Brooklyn Lane
City of Hamilton HM09
Proposed Rock Cut into Existing Rock Outcrop [Approx. 17 ft. High, 8 ft. Wide and 20 ft. Long] to
allow Corporation of Hamilton to Continue Existing Sidewalk.
[Final Approval]

Devonshire
P0003‑22
Bermuda National Sport Centre
38 Frog Lane
Devonshire DV01
Proposed Construction of 5 ft. High Flagpole Wall.
[Final Approval]

P0085‑22
Kyjuan Brown
Lot A North Shore Road [South of 6 North Shore Road,
East of 82 The Glebe Road]
Devonshire
Proposed Parking for 25 Electrical Rental Vehicles, 25 Charging Pedestal Stations, 10 ft. 9 in. Max
Height Retaining Wall with Planter along Glebe Lane.
[Final Approval]

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The official notices above have been republished from the relevant section on the official Government website. If you wish to view ‘hard copies’, the Department of Libraries & Archives prints them and you can visit the main library on Queen Street or the Government Archives in the Government Administration Building on Parliament Street to view them.

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