JIS News

Hundreds of residents of Somerton and surrounding communities in Eastern St. James will get an opportunity to voice their concerns on challenging issues, when the second Mayor’s forum is staged at the Somerton All-Age School on Thursday, July 29.
The main objective of the forum is to provide a platform for residents to meet with various stakeholders from government and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), to discuss important issues and problems affecting their communities.
The meeting will be hosted by Chairman of the St. James Parish Council and Mayor of Montego Bay, Councillor Charles Sinclair, and Councillor for the Somerton Division and Deputy Mayor, Councillor Cecil Davis.
Representatives from the St. James Parish Council, National Water Commission (NWC), Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS), Rural Electrification Programme,
St. James Police, St. James Health Department and the Social Development Commission (SDC) will be on hand to address the concerns.
Residents taking part in the forum are expected from the communities of Somerton, Adelphi, Dumfries, Amity Hall, Windsor Lodge, Gullsbro and Canaan.

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