Yarmouth issues to be discussed

By Emily Pearce

Monday, September 23, 2013


YARMOUTH Harbour Commission will hold a public meeting tonight (Monday), and anyone with an interest in the harbour is welcome to attend.

The informal meeting will be held at Yarmouth Primary School, at 6pm.

A separate event aimed at Isle of Wight businesses, highlighting the economic benefits of the Navitus Bay wind farm development, will be held at the West Bay Country Club, Yarmouth, on Wednesday.

Sessions will be held at 9am and at 1pm.

Attendees must register in advance at www.energiseislandbusiness.co.uk

Reporter: emilyp@iwcpmail.co.uk


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by Don Prescott

24th September 2013, at 08:41:59

It would all sound so very exciting were it true.
"£10 million per annum of contracts to businesses in the local economy" would sound so much better were it to read "£10 million per annum guaranteed of contracts to businesses on the Isle of Wight"

Of course that will not happen because, as previously posted, Mr. Unsworth made similar promises to the "local economy" of Bournemouth to the presenters of Meridian Tonight just a couple of weeks ago.
These people are playing one community off against the other with promises of great riches.
I suspect the reason they also REQUIRE registration is to keep away those who might ask awkward questions, which I hope that some who have registered (fishermen, sailors etc.) WILL ask.
Heres one: "If Navitus is approved will you guarantee the predicted sum of £10 million to IW businesses?"
I suspect I already know the answer!

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