IGAs are much needed necessities to the function of this …

Comment on Bottle shop cops need to be brought into line: local chain by Michael Liddle.

IGAs are much needed necessities to the function of this wonderful town that is sadly being ripped apart by the ever growing effect and impact of alcohol.
What Peter Holden and Sally McMartin have to acknowledge here is that people do use the IGAs to do shopping – food shopping, that is.
Getting alcohol from these places has to stop if the town is to improve and make a point.
Remove the PALIs, well, then remove the sale of alcohol and see how much more people start using the IGAs for shopping.
I am very confident that you will see an increased flow of traffic who are there getting food and other products that the IGAs sell.
I’m not joking!

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