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Six directors from the Abaco Chamber of Commerce met with MP Renardo Curry, Parliamentary Secretary for Abaco, on February 11, 2013, to discuss topics of mutual concern and interest. The Chamber also offered its services to government to act as a go-between where consultation with the public or business community would be helpful and productive.

Parliamentary Secretary hears Chamber’s concerns

Six directors from the Abaco Chamber of Commerce met with MP Renardo Curry, Parliamentary Secretary for Abaco, on February 11, 2013, to discuss topics of mutual concern and interest. The Chamber also offered its services to government to act as a go-between where consultation with the public or business community would be helpful and productive.

Topics ranged from road and traffic issues, the need for beautification, opening the new terminal, squatter settlements, a visitor-friendly satellite post office in Marsh Harbour, the opportunity for Bahamians to bid and to work on the North Abaco Port project and other items.

A primary goal was to meet Mr. Curry and offer the Chamber’s services to government in helping to move Abaco’s economy forward. The cordial meeting closed with everyone satisfied with the meeting.

This meeting is one of several the Chamber is hosting with various government agencies and staff in an effort to either work together on common issues or present the business community’s view when appropriate.

Attending were Chamber President Michael Albury and Directors Keith Bishop, Daphne de Gregory, David Ralph, Chris Roberts and Rosnell Parker-Simmons.

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