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edgington deborah politics retiring

Deborah Edgington retiring from politics
Radio Sintonia:

Deborah Edgington announces her retirement from politics at ITB.

Deborah Edgington, Councilor for Tourism of the municipality of Antigua arrives happy, after 4 years, to the ITB where a stage of her life is closed. Edgington has announced that she will retire from politics when this term ends "I have made the decision that I do not want to continue and I am happy, I want to dedicate more time to my family, my mother, my children and myself too." "It has not been easy but it has been a tremendous experience, I am very grateful for these 12 years working," she wanted to thank the workers of the City of Antigua for their help and support, especially their colleagues from the mayor's office and those of tourism. She lives her farewell in a "bittersweet" way, but says she is happy with the decision.


With more German presence in her area, which she considers "quality tourists", the councilor has moved that this diversification has to continue outside the British market because after the pandemic it was very difficult to advance and tour operators, hotels and complexes have taken note.

For the councilor it is necessary to rehabilitate the tourist information points in her municipality and add new ones. "We have the mayor's office", but it is not only a tourist office but many other procedures are developed there, she explained. She also considered it necessary to unify the image and improve services, "because a tourist office should always be open, 7 days a week", "morning and afternoon".
In her 12-year journey he has claimed to have seen many changes as well as many things to improve but "you have to have a team to get all the work done". She has admitted that "there are issues that are frustrating" and that do not depend only on it although there are also many satisfactions. "There has to be support from all areas", "there is a lot of attention missing on some occasions and more qualified personnel in the department", she claimed.
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Debby will be greatly missed in our area, I wish her well in her retirement.
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