Sa­le­yards re­but­tal

Mansfield Courier - - COURIER OPINIONS/PEOPLE -

IT would ap­pear that Mr Mur­ray has failed to com­pre­hend the is­sues con­nected with the pro­posed dis­posal of the sa­le­yards site by the Shire

Per­haps he would be less neg­a­tive if he un­der­stood these, as did sev­eral hun­dred sig­na­to­ries col­lected on a pe­ti­tion on Satur­day. the coun­cil holds on be­half of the ci­ti­zens of forever the op­por­tu­nity to de­velop it for the

un­teer and em­ployed, sup­port the con­cept of an emer­gency ser­vices precinct sit­u­ated on this site. It is ide­ally sit­u­ated on the high­way at the edge of town where ve­hi­cles can read­ily be dis­patched

Am­bu­lance Sta­tion on sites in the cen­tre of town and which they have out­grown. Ac­cess to these sites is of­ten re­stricted by the many ac­tiv­i­ties in the town.

sa­le­yards are sold has been clearly ar­tic­u­lated pre­vi­ously. This has no con­nec­tion with the old land­ing pad, which was trans­ferred to Walsh’s many years ago and is co-lo­cated with other emer­gency ser­vices air­craft, when needed.

ve­hi­cles has been dis­cussed at length in other set­tings. Part of the sa­le­yards site could be de­vel­oped for this pur­pose – an­other type of

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