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Margibi to host county sitting -After several years

After it was suspended under the regime of ex- superintendent John Z. Buway for several years, the County Council Sitting of Margibi is expected to resume shortly as authorities in the county hold preparatory meeting.

It is at such sitting, usually a one day’s event that county leaders and their people gather to discuss development programs and funding for the county.Margibi County District Two Representative Ivar K. Jones, who is also secretary of the county caucus, discloses plan by the county to conduct a county sitting soon.

He made the disclosure after a meeting with County Superintendent Jerry Varnie and lawmakers of Margibi, lasting several hours.Margibi Senator Jim Tornola, said to be receiving medication, sent a proxy at the meeting held in Superintendent’s Office.

Rep. Jones continues they are reviewing turnover note of the past administration, including verification of access to the county’s accounts, amongst others.He says they are even considering support to the Margibi County Team as a priority in the upcoming county sitting.

He notes they have also started working with the superintendent to put in place necessary mechanisms that will enable them to give information to citizens about development in the county.
The Margibi Lawmaker further discloses that today, Wednesday, October 31, they leadership will make decision on a suitable date for the county sitting to inform the public.He assures Margibians mainly the people of Electoral District Two that a county sitting will be held not later than November, 2018.

By Ramsey N. Singbeh, Jr. in Margibi–Editing by Jonathan Browne

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