Archive for the ‘ Utila Perspective ’ Category

 

Public School on Utila

March 1st, 2011 by Patrick Flynn

Public School on Utila

Those responsible for the wiring destruction and theft were captured and sent off to Roatan, but no one seemed willing to accept responsibility for what needed to be done to open the school on time. A usual pass-the-buck routine.

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Need a Project? Here’s a Couple…

February 1st, 2011 by Patrick Flynn

Need a Project? Here's a Couple…

In this respect as we plan for our special tourists, we need to make sure Utila has everything they want for their stay with us, including a better understanding of our ecosystem.

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Christmas on Utila

January 1st, 2011 by Patrick Flynn

Christmas on Utila

“It is a marvelous season for sharing and caring, even though you may feel you are not able to do so. As you begin to plan your Christmas celebration, I am sure you will be looking through family recipes to prepare goodies”

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Halloween in Honduras

December 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

Halloween in Honduras

“Congress voted to curtail the Halloween festivities putting a damper on possible income for businesses”

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The Cat and Mouse Game

November 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

The Cat and Mouse Game

“Now I smile when I hear a low flying plane with other planes in pursuit. Yes it is a cat and mouse game and we should be praying every night that our boys on the cat side are successful in the game so it remains aerial, because once it becomes fixed

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Boating Safety

October 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

Boating Safety

“ The question concerning this accident is simple. What if this individual had died? What would the government and the office of the Fiscal have done about this accident and his death?”

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24 Hour Law (Part 2)

September 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

24 Hour Law (Part 2)

“What I have learned is something simple, but embarrassing for the people of Honduras. Victims of crimes in Honduras have to pay the price on the front end and on the back end, or the law simply slaps them across their faces.”

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The New 24 Hour Law

August 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

The New 24 Hour Law

The problem is that once a Fiscal closes a case and dismisses it, it cannot be reopened unless it goes to a higher court. It appears the Fiscals’ office is the one in charge in Honduras. In Honduras, it is not the judges that make the decisions for the

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Future Projects for Utila
Article Three

July 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

Future Projects for Utila <h5>Article Three</h5>

Utila is presently in need of space for a new municipal building. The challenge is most of the time each governmental department wants to own and control everything. In this case all the agencies will have to find ways to work together to make things

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Future Projects for Utila
Article Two

June 1st, 2010 by Patrick Flynn

Future Projects for Utila <h5>Article Two</h5>

Our reefs are disappearing at an alarming rate each year with no relief in sight. We need to explore solutions to bring back our reefs’ ecosystem, to regenerate them faster and healthier before they become extinct.

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