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.