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Argyle Airport reaches out to community

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Residents of Dauphine, Belair, Gomea and surrounding areas will be brought up to date on the progress of the Argyle International Airport, tomorrow, Wednesday, October 6.{{more}}

This, when the International Airport Development Company’s (IADC) Communications team takes its outreach programme to the Dauphine Community Centre for an interactive discussion on issues relating to the airport and the benefits that will arise as a result of the airport’s construction.

A realease from the IADC said, “The constituency of West St. George is uniquely poised to benefit from the development of the airport when the Arnos Vale area is developed into the newest city in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. It is therefore imperative that residents attend this session to learn of the possible impacts that this new development might have on their lives. They will also learn about how they can position themselves to take full advantage of the benefits that would come from the construction of the Argyle International Airport.”

Persons are being asked to come with their questions, comments and suggestions to participate in the discussion.

Development Planner Bentley Browne and others from the area are expected to be on hand to help guide the discussion.

Wednesday’s interactive session is scheduled to begin at 6pm at the Dauphine Community Centre. Videos showing updates on the airport would be shown from about 5:30pm.