SABBA

AcronymDefinition
SABBASouth African Boerboel Breeders Association (dog breeding)
SABBAStratford and Area Bed and Breakfast Association (Stratford, Ontario, Canada)
SABBASan Antonio Bed and Breakfast Association (San Antonio, Texas)
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By this he was referring to the filling in of open trenches and holes to make roads passable to vehicles, until SABBA work commences again after the holiday period.
But SABBA have said that during the summer months they will do their best to concentrate on areas where there aren't any tourists, hotels or hotel apartments.
Polis Polydorou Aaa member of the SABBA board, on hearing of the road collapse yesterday said: "I'm not aware of the situation, but I can assure you SABBA will carry out an investigation.
Numerous drivers have now lodged complaints with SABBA, all of which are being investigated according to Eftichious Malakides, the SABBA district engineer.
Polydorou told the Cyprus Mail, "The people at SABBA are well-paid and have in-depth knowledge of the job; they have to do the job they have been employed to do.
The project will cost a substantial amount, with the councillor assuring that SABBA and members of Peyia council would thoroughly examine all the implications before any work begins.
According to Skordis, more than five busy secondary roads in Yeroskipou are currently dug up and he complained that despite constant complaints to SABBA contractors, rules and regulations are not being followed.
Four contractors are completing the work on the sewerage system and were assigned to the project by the board of SABBA.
The municipality of Paphos, Yeroskipou and seven other communities are already under the SABBA umbrella, and a study is to be undertaken by technical advisors the results of which will be available in two weeks.
The community leader, Areti Pieridou, told the Cyprus Mail that residents were already struggling financially and says she believes the money would be used to complete other SABBA projects first, a claim the sewerage board flatly denies.
Saint Sava (St Savvas or St Sabbas the Sanctified).
Sabbas Monastery in Palestine, the "Great Church" and the Stoudios monastery in Constantinople, and the monastic community of Mount Athos--over a period ranging from the end of the iconoclastic crisis (8th-9th century) to the wake of the Hesychastic debate (14th century).