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THA and NIB discuss future of Scarborough mall
Concerns about the structural integrity of the NIB Mall which was built in downtown Scarborough more then 30 years ago and implications for its 40 tenants and the structure were the focus of a two-hour meeting between a five-member team from the National Insurance Board (NIB) and representatives of the Tobago House of Assembly (THA) led by Chief Secretary Orville London yesterday at the Calder Hall Administrative Complex.
London said the Assembly was committed to having serious discussions with NIB officials to ensure that decisions are taken in the interest of the tenants, the welfare of Tobago and the development of Scarborough. He said he was given the assurance that the NIB would take the views of the THA quite seriously in their deliberations.
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