Residents of Marriaqua and surrounding communities will be briefed on the proposed construction of the Mesopotamia Polyclinic, at a Town Hall Meeting to be hosted by the Ministry of Health, Wellness and the Environment this weekend.
A release from the Ministry of Health says the meeting will provide information on the temporary relocation of the services currently offered at the Levi Latham Health Centre
The session will hear remarks from Parliamentary Representative for Marriaqua Girlyn Miguel, Minister of Health, Wellness and the Environment Clayton Burgin, and Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Luis de Shong.
There will also be presentations by Health Planner David Latchman, Sekai Bowman of the Central Planning Division, Allister Browne of the Ministry of Transport and Worksc, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, Raymond Ryan, and a representative of Hutchinson’s Construction.
The meeting is slated for Saturday February 7th at the Marriaqua Government School from four in the afternoon.