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Cave’s head quits

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Cave’s head quits

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CHAIRMAN of Harrison’s Cave, Haldeane Dottin, has stepped down, citing communication difficulties with Minister of the Environment, Water Resources and Drainage Denis Lowe.
Dottin, who has headed the tourist attraction business since 2008, resigned last week Tuesday, saying there was absolutely no interaction between himself and Lowe.
“The lines of communication between myself and the minister are non-existent,” he told the DAILY NATION.
“I could not continue as chairman because Harrison’s Cave is a multi-million-dollar project in which the Government has invested substantially, and it therefore calls for decisive, strong and focused leadership,” he added.
Dottin, a retired bank official and former Democratic Labour Party candidate and currently managing Government’s islandwide summer camp programme, said he would speak further on the issue at a later date but assured that he had a vested interest in the Government.
“Whatever I can do to assist the Government in being successful, I will do,” he added.
Repeated efforts to reach Lowe for a comment failed.