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Fallout from project that floundered

CARLOS ATWELL, [email protected]

Fallout from project that floundered

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RETIRED CONTRACTOR Trevor Kent is being accused of “double standards” concerning his struggle against the building of a hotel in Sea Rocks, Enterprise, Christ Church.

Some residents of Maxwell Park, also in Christ Church, said he had no right to be so upset when he was inconveniencing people living in their area following the seeming abandonment of Mahogany Grove, a major condominium project.

They outlined their concerns in a letter, which reads in part: “In reference to the article written on Trevor Kent, I find the concern over his property value being reduced due to the fact a business will be built next to his home, ridiculous.

“Mr Kent bought Maxwell Great House, on Maxwell Coast Road, approximately 15 years ago. This property backs [people’s] property. At first they had to deal with the endless noise of the construction, then when the project [Mahogany Grove] was abandoned in 2008, they were left with an unfinished monstrosity to look at every day, plus there is still constant dumping, dust, and mosquitoes – not to mention occasional squatters. This is a health issue!” (CA)

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