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St George’s meeting about Swing Bridge

The Corporation of St George is set to host a town hall meeting today, which will include information about the Swing Bridge.

In addition to Quinell Francis, the Mayor of St George, the meeting will feature presentations by Jeff Baron, the Minister of National Security, Craig Cannonier, the Minister of Public Works, and Michael Fahy, the Minister of Tourism, Transport and Municipalities.

Each of the ministers will provide information about initiatives in their respective ministries that will affect the town, including the issue of the Swing Bridge. “This is the perfect opportunity for our constituents to hear first-hand what is in store for our town and its impact for the future,” Ms Francis said.

“As always I encourage all businesses and residents of St George to come out and participate in the town hall meeting.

“I want all of our constituents to be well informed and the ministers have graciously agreed to be a part of our quarterly town hall meeting. Residents should take full advantage of the opportunity to be heard.

The meeting is scheduled to take place at Penno's Wharf terminal building, from 6.30pm.

Quinell Francis, the Mayor of St George.

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Published June 16, 2016 at 9:00 am (Updated June 16, 2016 at 9:07 am)

St George’s meeting about Swing Bridge

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