Archive for the ‘ Utila ’ Category

 

The Shrinking Park
Utila’s only public park – rescued from disuse or a wasted opportunity?

August 1st, 2004 by Thomas Tomczyk

The Shrinking Park <h5>Utila's only public park - rescued from disuse or a wasted opportunity?</h5>

The judging of esthetical quality of an architectural project is subjective. What some like, others find offensive and inappropriate. Despite the fact that Utila doesn’t have a city architect, or a city development plan, the island is making efforts at

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An Artist’s Paradise
Many agree that Neil Keller is hands down the best artist on the Bay Islands. The only problem is to agree: what ‘kind of art’ does he practice

August 1st, 2004 by Thomas Tomczyk

An Artist's Paradise <h5>Many agree that Neil Keller is hands down the best artist on the Bay Islands. The only problem is to agree: what 'kind of art' does he practice</h5>

“I see myself as a world emperor with a coconut cape,” says Neil Keller. Neil loves to exaggerate and his work speaks for itself. Conical roofs, tree houses, bridges and grottos fill every square foot of his man-made garden. “I don’t know into which category

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Sparks Fly In Utila… Literally

June 19th, 2003 by Jaime Johnston

The price of power remains a source of conflict in Utila as the Utila Power Company (UPCO) introduced 24-hour electricity to the island. On May 26, 780 Utilan households were connected with UPCO’s electricity with much debate over the company’s rates.

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Utila Electric

May 22nd, 2003 by -

Soon Utilans will have a big sale on electric power generators. After three years of work, 780 Utila households will finally get their first taste of electricity. The first electricity day is scheduled for Monday, May 26.
The electricity should come

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