Flight School: Chamber and Municipality concur

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.

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3 thoughts on “Flight School: Chamber and Municipality concur

  1. This is a positive development to the matter of the flight school.

  2. Business Chamber reminds me of that joke. “Big chief, no poep”. We haven’t seen anything that they have done to stop corruption, maladministration etc.

  3. As dit dan moet beteken dat n petisie opgetrek moet word om hul hier te hou dan moet so iets gereel word, want hul is n groot bate vir die dorp.

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