FROM SO­CIAL ME­DIA

Stirling Times - - Opinion -

Pop­u­lar Trigg cafe Yelo won a lengthy le­gal bat­tle against the City of Stir­ling.

What a joke. The coun­cil wasted $33,000 try­ing to put a small fam­ily busi­ness bank­rupt. Why didn’t they just send a cou­ple of hard work­ing park­ing in­spec­tors to do their job over a cou­ple of week­ends? Would have been a lot cheaper. I think the ratepay­ers who com­plained should cover the costs.

– STEPHEN MOORE

Good to hear the cafe can keep serv­ing great cof­fee and food in a friendly en­vi­ron­ment. Maybe Stir­ling Coun­cil can now put some of its time and ef­fort into get­ting the Carine Open Space Clu­b­rooms re­furb fin­ished.

– ME­LANIE GIANNAS

Great news and win. The City of Stir­ling, like most coun­cils, has rules and when it suits them they don’t have rules. We need more of these cases for the coun­cil to think twice.

– TONY CUMACE

I won­der if the City of Stir­ling would have even both­ered to read the let­ter if the com­plaint had been made in a less af­flu­ent area?

– PAT O’CON­NELL

Great news, I am glad for the own­ers. Busi­ness is not easy at the best of times and to be suc­cess­ful and pull through some­thing like this with­out giv­ing up is fan­tas­tic. Well done.

– JOHN BRESCACIN

Well done Yelo. Why was it their fault for the way peo­ple park their cars any­way? Now sue City of Stir­ling for their stu­pid­ity.

– PAUL OTTOBRINO

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