President of the Negril Chamber of Commerce, Elaine Allen-Bradley says the community could see new plans for growth and economic stability soon. She also intends to merge business and community further enhancing the tourism hub. The tourist hotspot, Negril could see decades-old plans for further development finally being fulfilled. Allen Bradley intends to bring together community and commerce to promote growth in the economy. The President also details a plan for the tourist mecca to include a fruit and vegetable market to benefit both visitors and residents. Allen-Bradley reiterates the significance of implementing a park for recreational purposes. Meanwhile, the new President says an Integrating Water Land and Ecosystems Management, IWECO project has launched for the annual burning of the morass that impacted tourists for years, which had halted briefly.
Reporter: Nicola Brown