The head of one of Bermuda’s leading environmental charities has agreed to join a committee tasked with helping to find a lasting use for nine acres of reclaimed land.

Jonathan Starling, the Executive Director of Greenrock, will sit on the Cross Island Legacy Committee as a full member.

In addition, a member of the ACBDA Legacy and Sustainability Committee will act as a liaison between that group and the Cross Island Legacy Committee, with an ex-officio role to ensure the two groups are aligned.

Chairman Wayne Caines said: “During a stakeholder meeting hosted by the Cross Island Legacy Committee last month, local environmental groups including BEST and Greenrock advocated that an environmentalist should sit on the Cross Island Legacy Committee.

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