Thanks for getting back to us on that point. If I think of it I will look into this a little closer this winter. I wonder if that is the local interpretation of the law or is that the way it is in all of Belize because I've never heard or read of that distinction.
Not saying one way or another, could very well be, but interesting.
Belize(CN member) Commonwealth citizens who are domiciled or have resided in the country for at least one year immediately before polling day are qualified as electors, but not for eligibility to the House of Representatives, which requires Belize citizenship.
16 ^ "Belize". Inter-Parliamentary Union. Retrieved 2007-12-12.
This says nothing about Non CN Permanent Residents which I would think means that they will not have the right to vote.
This may have the answer: Belize Law Village Councils (local elections I would think) Chapter 88 Part VI (Powers and Duties of Village Concils) Sec. 35 (b) to provide for the qualifications and registraion of electors.
From what I can make out it is up to the Village to vote and decide who can be an elector and then submitt this to the government. Everything in () is mine as an explaination. The law site would not allow me to copy and paste. Therefore non Commonwealth residents probably can not vote in local elections in San Pedro if the information BrusselSpout received is correct.