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Saturday, September 09, 2006 

2 New Bimini Schools
By LaShonne Outten, Guardian Staff Reporter

lashonne@nasguard.com

The Ministry of Education has partnered with the developer of the Bimini Bay resort in a bid to construct two new schools on the island.

According to Biminites, the island's all-age school is run down and dilapidated. However, in an attempt to address the concerns of the residents, Alfred Sears and other government officials met with Bimini Bay developer, Gerardo Capo on Thursday to discuss plans for the construction of the new schools.

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