By REGGIE ROSS
Two vacant seats will soon be filled on the Grenada Tourism Commission, giving the board the seven members the law requires.
Matthew Harrison, executive director of the Greater Grenada Economic Development Foundation, which now oversees the the chamber of commerce, took a seat at tourism commission’s meeting Monday and said the appointees will be announced soon.
“We’ve met with members, but we can’t make the announcement at this moment,” Harrison said. “There will be updates to come.”
During a special called meeting Monday night, the Grenada City Council agreed that two members appointed by the chamber should serve on the tourism board. This comes after City Attorney Mary Brown looked over the law concerning the matter.
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