Councillor Liz MacDonald told the Gurn that she is delighted to be able to represent the Common Good Fund (the proprietor of the town beat) on the NDSFB. She went on to add that the Common Good Fund had not been represented on the board for some time. Liz was appointed at a meeting in the Cawdor Community Centre on Monday night, a minute of the meeting is available here.
Wasn't Liz an opponent to the common good fund paying the levies for the town beat?
@ sounds fishy, you'll have to tell this observer more. e-mail email@example.com
@ anon 8.08 not sure about that but here is comment from Liz back in June last year.
@Michael, were you at the meeting?
Thank you anon, better not say that though.
Thank you for your comments Piscator. The relationship between the Common Good Fund, the Angling Association and beyond that the Fishery Board is indeed complex and this observer takes your observations into account.
Graisg @7.47am - it's a pity that no-one else is being offered the opportunity to share those observations.
The range of "no-go areas" on the Gurn seems to be increasing.
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