Mayor thank­ful to all stake­hold­ers

Swazi Observer - - NATIONAL NEWS -

NHLANGANO Mayor Deon An­der­son be­lieves 2018 was an event­ful year which the town coun­cil will count it as one of the years where dif­fer­ence was made.

The mayor said they were look­ing for­ward to see­ing even 2019 be­com­ing a year to re­mem­ber, es­pe­cially on the de­vel­op­ment front. He thanked the res­i­dents, ratepay­ers and other stake­hold­ers for a peace­ful and mem­o­rable fes­tive pe­riod.

“We ap­pre­ci­ate the co­op­er­a­tion we re­ceived from ev­ery­one. Ratepay­ers, the busi­ness com­mu­nity and not for­get­ting vis­i­tors, have all con­trib­uted to a suc­cess­ful 2018. Let us also main­tain that spirit in or­der to achieve more in 2019, and let us be seen con­tribut­ing in tak­ing the town to an­other level,” said the mayor.

The mayor said the coun­cil would re­main com­mit­ted in see­ing to it that all pro­grammes un­der its de­vel­op­ment agenda were met and ful­filled. He said to them as coun­cil­lors, any project was con­sid­ered im­por­tant. He said up­grad­ing roads and other in­fra­struc­ture would con­tinue be­ing a pri­or­ity.

“The im­prove­ments of the gen­eral in­fra­struc­ture also re­main our pri­or­ity. We want to see Nhlangano be­com­ing an ideal cen­tre for any type of busi­ness. We re­main com­mit­ted to as­sist­ing in­vestors to come and set­tle in this town. We are fully com­mit­ted to also be counted as a town which is do­ing ev­ery­thing to see­ing Vi­sion 2022 at­tained,” said the mayor.

An­der­son an­nounced that the first 2019 meet­ing of the coun­cil with ratepay­ers and res­i­dents is planned for Jan­uary 18 at the Eswa­tini Wa­ter Ser­vices Cor­po­ra­tion au­di­to­rium start­ing at 1000 hours.

The mayor said they were look­ing for­ward to see­ing even 2019 be­com­ing a year to re­mem­ber es­pe­cially on the de­vel­op­ment

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