The United Progressive Party’s St. John’s Rural South Branch, along with Candidate Gladys Potter, will be hosting a meet-and-greet initiative on Wednesday, December 7, for members of the respective communities that comprise the constituency.
This is the branch’s third such installment, and it will be held at the Radio Range Basketball Court.
Potter says this initiative is very important, since it affords her the opportunity to hear, firsthand, the concerns of the residents, while outlining her plans and policies – and those of the Party – for a better community and country.
She notes that the Party is a “People First” institution and, so, getting feedback from her constituents will help her to focus in on some of their pressing concerns.
A clean-up exercise was started last weekend in the constituency, and has been described as a success.