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Eastern residents question planning policy

Cummaltee y niar feyshtey polasee plannal

Deysht eeckeyderyn-raayt offishearyn plannal reiltys bentyn da ard y niar, ec çhaglym ayns Skeerey Marooney oie Jelune.

Va ny shlee na kiare feed cummaltagh jeh'n skeerey kionfenish ec y çhaglym ayns halley-killey Saasilagh Varooney, dy vriaght feyshtyn mychione ynnydyn cowrit son lhiasaghey.

Dooyrt paart dy leih dy re baggyrt v'ayn er dooghys çheerey yn skeerey.
Yn Ard-Shirveishagh Howard Quayle as Bill Shimmins, y daa Oltey jeh'n Chiare as Feed son Middal, va'n jees oc kionfenish ec yn immeeaght, dy eaishtagh rish boiraghyn chummaltee.

She Charles Fargher captan y skeerey - t'eh gra dy vel sleih baghtal, bentyn da ny t'ad laccal.


Eastern residents question planning policy

Ratepayers questioned government planning officers over the eastern area plan at a meeting in Marown on Monday night.

Over 80 parish residents attended a meeting at the Marown Methodist Church Hall to raise questions about sites earmarked for development.

Some labelled it as a threat to the rural nature of the community.
Both Middle MHKs - Chief Minister Howard Quayle and Bill Shimins - were present at the event to hear their concerns.

Charles Fargher is captain of the parish - he says people there are clear on what they want.

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