Gov't says Galleon Beach property not for sale

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — The Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation today warned of crooks posing as agents of the ministry to sell lots at Galleon Beach in St Elizabeth.

The ministry, in a newspaper advertisement today, declared that it is not selling lots at the location.

It further advised that the government does not use agents to market its properties.

The ministry said if anyone is approached by any person claiming to represent the government in the sale of the property, they should contact the ministry at 926-1590-3 or report the matter at the nearest police.

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