Bellevue Chopin Village Council urging Small Business that got $150,000 to use it for intended purposes
Chairman of the Bellevue Chopin Village Council, Delroy Registe, has urged beneficiaries of some $150,000 injected to small business development in that community to use the monies for its intended purpose.
Over 20 existing and new small business are expected to foster economic activity in Bellevue Chopin, after the Government on Wednesday handed over the cheque to Chairman Delroy Registe. Registe urged the beneficiaries to use the monies wisely.
Meanwhile, Petite Savanne MP Kenneth Darroux calls on Bellevue Chopin residents to use funds given to them by Government wisely.
Speaking at the handing over ceremony, Darroux stated, “This is not free money.... every cent has to be accounted for.”
He noted, many view these funds as free money to spend frivolously however he hopes to see Bellevue Chopin as an example to others how Government funds should be spent in a community.
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