Even with a Grand Court decision on the port project referendum looming, it is business as usual for Acting Port Director Joseph Woods and his team.
“We will continue enhancements to our staff and making improvements to our facilities and equipment in 2020,” Woods told the Cayman Compass as he looked ahead to the operations at the port.
Last week, the judicial review case brought by Cruise Port Referendum Cayman member Shirley Roulstone ended in Grand Court after two days of hearings. The case challenged government’s referendum on the $200 million project.
Justice Tim Owen said he intended to deliver his ruling on the case during the week of 10 Feb.