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Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Notice is hereby given that the Forty-Sixth (46th) Annual General
Meeting of Aero Services Credit Union Co-operative Society Ltd
will be held at Trinity College East, 1 College Avenue, Trincity
Central Road, Trincity on Saturday 24th March 2018 from 1:00 pm.
1. To receive Minutes of the last Annual General Meeting (2017)
2. To receive Reports for the year 2017 from the Board of Directors
3. To receive the Accounts of the Credit Union for the year ended
December 31st 2017, the Auditor’s Report and Budget proposals
4. To appoint the Auditors for the year 2018
5. Resolutions and Recommendations
6. Amendment to Bye Law 4(f ) - Membership
7. To elect officers to serve on the Board of Directors and Statutory
8. To transact any other business that may properly come before
BY ORDER OF
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AERO SERVICES CREDIT UNION CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY LIMITED
NOTICE OF AGM 2018
Please be advised that
is no longer employed with
And as such
business or act as
an Agent on the
Eathan Galy, seated comfortably on the shoulders of Kelvone Bacchus of Standard Tobago, got a great view of Farmer Nappy when he
performed at Standard Distributiors’ Sports and Family Day on Sunday at the Lange Park Recreation Ground, Chaguanas.
PICTURE SHASTRI BOODAN
What’s happening to
We had several valid reasons to telephone the Min-
istry of Tourism to enquire about cultural activities
during the month of March.
After several expensive and useless phone calls, a
representative from the Ministry pointed us to the
Ministry of Cultural Development and the Arts. We
soon learned that neither of the two ministries, op-
erationally, are manned by competent officers, par-
ticularly from 8 through 9.30 am and from 12 noon to
2.30 pm on any work day, all being out to breakfast or
lunch and other pretentious conduct.
When we did arrive at a point when some informa-
tion was had, it came via voice message which stated
that, “We can’t take your call now...the mailbox you’re
trying to reach is full...call back later,” blah, blah, blah!
The communication problems within these two
ministries, as well as others, were remarkably iden-
tified as belonging in the offices of the Communica-
tion Divisions, but they existed even in the Office of
the Director of Culture, where no one answered any
phones there either.
At least the Tourism ministry did answer their
phones—eventually—although the employees there
had absolutely no information of their own.
Pity our hapless visitors who arrive unsuspectingly
in our capital city to a dedicatedly-unreliable supply
of fresh water and reliably-delivered noxious vehicle
exhaust fumes in addition to haphazard sources of in-
formation on anything useful, during their stay.
The condition of our tourism industry is coloured
by unreliability at all levels. So who cares?
Exactly what, then, is the Minister of Tourism sell-
ing to serious people when she’s at tourism shows in
Berlin and London? Is it always going to be form over
substance, providing personal opportunities for our
boys and girls to gallery themselves?
Tell us, Mr Dillon...
I would like to ask the Minister of National Security
the following questions: what has become of the DNA
legislation, DNA Data bank and DNA Custodian?
I would also like the Minister or the acting Police
Commissioner to give an update on operational wear
(uniforms) for the TTPS.
Mr Minister of National Security, would you be will-
ing to allow for businessmen to purchase bullet proof
vests in order to protect themselves?
Have we been able to source a replacement forensic
pathologist for Dr Valery Alexandrov?
I would like to highlight the plight of Revenue Officers
who have to take large sums of cash on a daily basis to
the bank. Although they are escorted by officers of a
security firm, they are not complemented with bullet
proof vests which they continue to request from their
supervisors but has fallen on deaf ears. I hope that
this request is granted immediately before something
Revenue Officers need
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