Support for Census
Two local businesses have placed their check mark swiftly for Census 2010.
When the Economics and Statistics Office decided to relocate their Eastern Districts Census office to make it more convenient for the enumerators, Heritage Holdings stepped up to offer premises in Countryside Shopping Village, the Savannah facility housing a branch of Foster's Food Fair.
"We were happy to accommodate the Census office at very short notice," acknowledges Heritage Holdings' sales and marketing manager Jason Alberga. "Our shopping centre is a family oriented place, which works well with the Census Office's requirements."
He also lauds Surebuilt Construction Ltd for their contribution. "They did the adjustments to suit the Census Office's needs with little or no lead time," he explains. Surebuilt put up a partition and doors, dividing the 1,250 sq. ft. room into a reception area and an inner office.
Census area coordinators Adolphus Laidlow and Michael Godfrey are located in the office to answer questions from or provide information to persons in Bodden Town, North Side and East End. The office also serves as the hub for field staff to meet with their supervisors.
Census District Offices
Census district offices are open weekdays 8.30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
District offices' locations, phone numbers and area coordinators are:
- George Town: Paddington Place, 946-5107, Daisylyn Chin or Selburn Christian; and Elizabethan Square, 3rd floor, 244-1621 for Elizabeth Talbert or 244-3502 for Crispin Boney
- West Bay: Centennial Towers, second floor, 914-7864, Nicole Emmanuel-Jones or Theodore Thompson
- Bodden Town, North Side and East End: Countryside Village (ground floor, green building), 949-9229, Adolphus Laidlow or Michael Godfrey
- Cayman Brac and Little Cayman: Old MRCU office, 948-0940, Chevala Burke
For further information contact: Bina Mani