Charles Gooden (left), Clerk of Works Urban Development Corporation (UDC) inspects vending kiosks being built by a work crew at the Festival Marketplace and Food Bazaar, located on 8.9 acres of prime land in downtown Kingston adjacent to the Kingston Craft Market. The marketplace is intended to be one more element and attraction in the development of the Kingston Waterfront for which the UDC has development responsibility.
Elijah Cunningham and his sister Sahara are seen in the arms of Dave Cox, Security Officer and Robert Stephens, Deputy General Manager of Subsidiary Management and Revenue Generation both of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC). Elijah is the mastermind behind the idea of donating to the Cox’s family whose residence was destroyed in April 2015. Elijah and a few of his schoolmates at the ‘Fundaciones El Centro’ in Kingston, collected donations including toys and clothing to help the Cox family with the recovery process. The items were handed over to Mr. Cox on Friday, June 19, 2015.
Damion Black (left), Acting Director of Corporate Security at the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) in picture mode with young humanitarians, from left Liam-Reese Howell, Afsana Dawkins, Maguwa Wamazola, Akili Jaja, Elijah Cunningham and Sahara Cunningham. Robert Stephens, Deputy General Manager of Subsidiary Management and Revenue Generation, UDC and grandfather to Elijah and Sahara is seated with both children. Standing at right is Dave Cox whose residence was gutted by fire in April 2015.
Desmond Malcolm (right), General Manager, Urban Development Corporation (UDC) explains the Corporation’s plans for the redevelopment of Downtown Kingston to Mr Dave Myrie, Principal, Kingston College, Dr Patrick Dallas, President of the Kingston College Old Boys Association (KCOBA) and tenth graders Jahmari Harris and Javonnie Myers of Kingston College at the institution’s 90th Anniversary Public Forum.
Desmond Malcolm (right) General Manager of the Urban Development Corporation (UDC) explains the scope of work for the improvement and beautification of the Salvation Army Rae Town Basic School being carried out by the UDC Team, parents, teachers, representatives from the Early Childhood Commission (ECC) and community members to The Hon. Rev. Ronald Thwaites (left), Minister of Education and Member of Parliament for Central Kingston who visited the project on Labour Day, Monday, May 25, 2015.