MIEDS agm Wednesday

  • May. 20, 2011 7:00 a.m.

The Misty Isles Economic Development Society will be holding its annual general meeting next Wednesday evening, May 25, in Queen Charlotte. All members of the public are welcome to attend. Executive director Travis Glasman said he will be presenting lots of interesting information, including a full report about what the society has accomplished over the past year, and its goals for the coming year. “It’s an opportunity for the public to get first-hand knowledge of what MIEDS has been doing,” he said. It will be the last annual general meeting for Mr. Glasman, who has resigned and will be returning to forestry consulting work. The society’s hiring committee interviewed several candidates this week and is hoping to present the new economic development officer to the public at the meeting. The meeting starts at 7:30 pm on Wednesday May 25 in the Eric Ross Room at the Queen Charlotte community hall. There will be refreshments.

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