While Council is looking at options for alcohol management plans, …

Comment on The elusive ‘Port Augusta model’ by Hal Duell.

While Council is looking at options for alcohol management plans, Fitzroy Crossing looks to have quite a comprehensive one.
And please do NOT lobby the NTG to buy back the Northside liquor license. Rather lobby the NTG to stop take-away sales on Sundays and to open controlled canteens on select communities so we can all get a good night’s sleep.

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I worry that Crs Brown and Martin are about to be ensnared in the warm fuzz of bureaucratic overspeak. I hope not, but the danger that the inertia of bureaucracy will once again trump the impetus of election is apparent.

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