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  • The meeting is scheduled for Friday, August 22, beginning at 11:00 a.m. at the Oswald Seafood Restaurant, in Alligator Pond.
  • Alligator Pond is located on the coastal border of both Manchester and St. Elizabeth
  • Issues to be discussed include reasons for the erosion, and actions residents can take to lessen the impact.

The National Environment and Planning Agency ( NEPA), will be holding a special meeting with residents of Alligator Pond and surrounding areas, to discuss concerns relating to the beach erosion.

The meeting is scheduled for Friday, August 22, beginning at 11:00 a.m.  at the Oswald Seafood Restaurant, in Alligator Pond.

Alligator Pond  is located on the coastal border  of  both Manchester and St. Elizabeth and NEPA wants the residents, especially those whose properties are being affected or threatened by the erosion, hoteliers, and fisher folk in and around the region to attend.

Issues to be discussed include reasons for the erosion, and actions residents can take to lessen the impact.

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