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JULIE GREEN: ISIS Town and Coun­try's long­est serv­ing staff mem­ber, Janelle de Jong is fin­ished up on Mon­day. Janelle has served the news­pa­per and its read­ers for 32 years. A sad day for our news­pa­per and a sad day for our com­mu­nity. Janelle has a wealth of knowl­edge about our town and our news­pa­per. She will be greatly missed. Noth­ing was too much trou­ble. She has seen many journos come and go and she has re­mained loyal to our pa­per for all that time. You should be very proud of your time at the Town and Coun­try and we all wish you well. One door closes and another one will open. Good luck Janelle x --MARA ROGERS: TO Troy Ma­dle, can I please ask you to clar­ify your po­si­tion on gas in­dus­try in this area. As you know, it's not just C.S.G that threat­ens our fer­tile farm­ing area. Blue Energy also have a huge ex­plo­ration per­mit for tight gas and shale gas over the BRC area. Does your pol­icy on frack­ing/CSG also ex­tended to the other two cat­e­gories? Will you work with lo­cals to pro­tect this area? And if so, why? --RON­ALD WAYNE HA­MANN: MAYBE it's just me, but does any­one else have trou­ble with the an­gle of the new car parks? As near as I can tell they have changed the an­gle so it is easy if you turn left, but if I fol­low the lines in the park­ing bay my Hilux is flat turn­ing right with­out run­ning into cars on the other side. I no­ticed this when the other parks were marked as part of the streetscape.

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