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Thorne Commission to speak with St John residents


Added 15 August 2020


The Thorne Commission on Local Governance will engage St John residents on Sunday about the establishment of community-based People’s Assemblies.

Anyone interested in participating may register for the Zoom meeting by emailing Thorne.Commission@barbados.gov.bb and providing their name and address.

The link to join the online town hall event will be forwarded to the e-mail addresses prior to the meeting. Questions and written submissions are also welcomed. The meeting will run from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. (BGIS)


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