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Hundreds gather for Post Office public meeting

Thu, 27 Nov 2014



A panel made up of MHKs were put through their paces last night as Ramsey residents had their say on the controversial Post Office relocation.

Amid calls for Chairman Graham Cregeen to step down, Chief Minister Allan Bell vowed to re-think the situation; prompting optimism of a possible decision turn around.

Chief Minister Allan Bell, Leonard Singer, Alf Cannan and Mr Cregeen made up the MHKs present on the panel.

As it stood prior to yesterday's meeting, the Post Office operation would have been taken on by SPAR by next April.

It's not yet known how the outcome of last night's meeting will impact this timescale.

Ramsey Commissioner Lawrie Hooper told us how he felt the panel coped with the highly charged questioning: 

 

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