Bye Law Amendment for K7

thewrightstuff
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Re: Bye Law Amendment for K7

Post by thewrightstuff » Mon Mar 23, 2009 5:33 pm

“We’re no strangers to running plan-B,” I offered.” He was audibly surprised. He’d not considered that applying to run on Coniston Water was merely our ‘gold medal position’ and other arrangements were in the pipeline just in case. I mean, hopefully K7 will run there but if all goes pear-shaped we may end up on the phone to the Dumbelyung Park Authority for permission to run in Australia.

I understand at the recent Parish Council meeting the Chairman of the Parish Council stated “Coniston own the boat and it will not go to Australia “. Does this 100% rule out Australia as a “Plan B”

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Re: Bye Law Amendment for K7

Post by Renegadenemo » Mon Mar 23, 2009 6:34 pm

Never say never... It's unlikely but it could be done.
I'm only a plumber from Cannock...

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To the boy who’s half a man,
Or the man who’s half a boy.

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Re: Bye Law Amendment for K7

Post by malcolm uk » Sun Mar 29, 2009 5:25 pm

Just in case you have not put forward your views to the LDNPA - you have 24 hours or less to do so before the end of the consultation. If you are reading this on the 1st April you are too late.

In late May the BBP may get to hear the decision of the LDNPA on the bye law change (or not perhaps).

No project can standstill until decisions are taken if we are to be ready with the operations plan when the big blue boat is back together, so we will be working on the A Plan for Coniston Water in 2010.

Malcolm
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