Last three weeks, PlusNews broke the news of a controversial wooden structure that was being erected close to the National Assembly in Belmopan, purportedly in a green space area. But according to the City council, the structure was being built outside the designated green space area.
The owner of the structure, a worker at City Hall, was given compensation monies to have the building removed, and the building was then donated to a primary school in Belmopan.
We checked with City Council to get details of that actual cost to City Council for the purchase of the building and its removal, but the council was unwilling to provide us what that information.
The building was removed on Sunday February 22nd and was transported to the Kuxlin Ha Government School in the Maya Mopan Area, Belmopan, where it is intended to be used for a feeding program at the school. The Kuxlin Ha school administration is waiting to meet with the Parent Teacher Association to have the program approved and jump started.