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Operational map a must for meetings

Serafina Silaitoga
Friday, March 14, 2014

MEMBERS of the Bua provincial development board yesterday asked government officials to have an operational map available in their meetings.

Board member Ratu Viliame Tagivetaua said the maps would help them identify developments that had taken place in Bua.

Ratu Viliame said each member should have a copy.

He said the maps would also help members see the progress of development and whether issues discussed in previous meetings had been attended to.

Divisional Planning officer North Uraia Rainima assured the members they would receive a copy each.

He reminded the officials of the importance of having operational maps available for the members.








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