According to a release from the Premier’s Office in Charlestown, the meetings will resume on Wednesday, 5th October from 10:00am-12noon, at the top floor of the Eulalie Williams building in Charlestown.
Parry told his Press Department that the program was initiated by him to meet with residents of Nevis, every Wednesday morning, at an easy access location. “I prefer to have an informal meeting downtown where people can come in and we are able to deal with their problems, suggestions and questions,” said Mr. Parry.
During a weekly session, Premier Parry would see on average about 15-20 persons and about 80 per month. This is to the benefit of the public who would be able to meet with the Premier without the stress of waiting for an appointment at his Bath Hotel office.
The Premier noted that he had met with a wide range of persons to discuss a number of issues from personal to professional.
He indicated that the One on One meeting’s was the first of its kind ever initiated on Nevis and he was proud of the positive feedback that he has received from the public, in response to the sessions.
The Premier concluded, “I will say pointedly that although we have been on hiatus for awhile, I have no intention to end the meetings with the public, once I am in good health and on island.”