Council to meet in public for airport buildings debate

Members of the public are invited to observe a special meeting of St Helena’s executive council to discuss the island’s proposed airport buildings.

Councillors will discuss the exterior finishes of the terminal and the building that will house the control tower, fire and rescue, fuel management and other facilities.

The meeting takes place at 9.30am on Tuesday 31 July 2012 in the council chamber in Jamestown.

The proposed designs can be viewed at the air access office in The Castle. Further details have been requested for the benefit of people who are not on the island. For more information email director.airport@sainthelena.gov.sh

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One Response to Council to meet in public for airport buildings debate

  1. Hey, maybe they could use this as a model for all future ExCo meetings! They could hold all of them in public, publish the agenda and the papers in advance and the minutes afterwards. Of course, that would be very much like Open Government, but is it really that scary?

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