Submitted by the CARIBBEAN GUYANA INSTITUTE FOR DEMOCRACY (CGID)
BROOKLYN: The Mayor of Guyana’s second most populous municipality, the town of Linden, will on Saturday February 4, apprise Lindeners in New York City of plans to twin Newark City, New Jersey with his town, as well as on his agenda to create jobs and redevelop the industrial town.
Mayor Carwyn Holland is expected to be joined by his Newark counterpart, Guyana’s Consul General to New York, Mrs. Barbara Atherly and Brooklyn elected officials, at a town hall meeting at on Saturday, February 4, 2017, at 3:00 p.m., at the St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church Auditorium: 2806 Newkirk Ave & East 28th Street, Brooklyn NY 11210. He will also meet with Newark City officials on Monday, February 6, to finalize twinning arrangements. Mayor Holland be accompanied by Ms. Tandika Miller, CEO of the Linden Enterprise Network (LEN), a development fund…
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