The Flight School must stay; public participation is mandatory
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Oudtshoorn. 9 May 2012. 12h15. The Business Chamber and senior Municipal officials met early today on a number of pressing issues.
The presence and operations of the TFASA Flight School was one of the agenda points.
OO has learned that both parties claim that the meeting was a success and that future colaboration between the Chamber and the Municipality is foreseen.
OO has also learned that the Municipality is committed to revisit the flight school operator’s contract with a view to secure this business opportunity for Oudtshoorn in the long term.
The ultimate agreement will be presented to Council after a full public participation process.
In reaction to the news, the Chair of ORPA, Lizanne Pelham, told OO that the negotiation of a proper contract and public participation were exactly what ORPA called for.
Pelham said that ORPA will support and monitor the processes leading to a contract and that ORPA will keep its members and all residents informed of the progress.