No sim­ple so­lu­tion to fix ‘a calamity’

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em­ployee but also as a re­spected com­mu­nity mem­ber.”

Mr Tin­dale said although there was no easy way to re­solve the is­sues, the coun­cil’s de­ci­sions in Septem­ber were a step for­ward.

“Sev­eral rec­om­men­da­tions are made that are in­tended to help re­solve what has be­come an ex­traor­di­nar­ily com­plex hu­man re­la­tions is­sue,” he wrote in the agenda. The rec­om­men­da­tions are lim­ited in their na­ture be­cause there is no sim­ple so­lu­tion that will fix what has been a calamity for many.”

The coun­cil au­tho­rised Mr Tin­dale to set­tle Mr Wells’ in­dus­trial mat­ter re­lat­ing to the non­pay­ment of tool and ve­hi­cle al­lowance, which is es­ti­mated to cost be­tween $10,000 and $15,000.

The Shire will also as­sist Mr Wells “to the fullest ex­tent pos­si­ble” by pro­vid­ing a state­ment to the Shire’s in­sur­ers on the events that led to Mr Wells’ com­pen­sa­tion claim.

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