Chew takes post in St George’s

  • David Chew on the Deliverance (File photograph)

    David Chew on the Deliverance (File photograph)

A World Heritage Centre volunteer was declared a new municipal residents’ councillor for the Corporation of St George’s today.

David Chew, a construction worker who helped on projects such as the Deliverance tourist attraction, was unopposed for the position after MacLaren Smith dropped out of the running yesterday.

The extraordinary municipal election was called to fill the vacancy created by the departure of Tania Stafford.

It was originally scheduled for September 19, but was set back after no candidates were put forward on the original nomination day.

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Published Oct 17, 2019 at 11:22 am (Updated Oct 17, 2019 at 1:48 pm)

Chew takes post in St George’s

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