First “One On One” community meeting series
Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Nadine Stewart-Phillips, centre has a chat with attendees after the meeting.
Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles responds to a question from the crowd.
Attendee William McKay suggests changes to the way the Unemployment Relief Programme (URP) is managed.
Dereck “Brother B” Brathwaite proposes the re-introduction of donkeys in the community for an eco-tourism project.
Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles addresses community members.
THA officials and community members at the community meeting. From left are Secretary of Health, Wellness and Family Development Dr. Agatha Carrington, Secretary of Food Production, Forestry and Fisheries Hayden Spencer, Secretary of Settlements, Urban Renewal and Public Utilities Clarence Jacob and Assistant Secretary in the Office of the Chief Secretary, Marisha Osmond.
Villagers chat with Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles following the meeting.
Area representative for Providence/Mason Hall/Moriah Sheldon Cunningham, left, addresses the meeting. Also in photo is Marslyn Melville-Jack, the Secretary of Community Development, Enterprise Development and Labour.
The Tobago House of Assembly held its first community outreach meeting for 2017 in the Providence/Mason Hall Moriah district, at the Mason Hall Community Centre on Tuesday (October 17). The event was the first in the “One on One” meeting series, which is geared at updating Tobagonians on issues affecting the island and various communities, including the implications of the national budget.