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LAST night Council voted to accept tenders for the Scone Regional Airport development.
The Airport Independent Review has not yet been released to the public,
THE Council meeting reconvened following a break for the General Manger to identify a source of funding for the motion to have an independent review into the airport project so that the motion for an independent review into the airport project could be put forward and while funding was identified the motion was lost,
COUNCILLOR Sue Abbott has raised a motion for Monday’s general Council meeting:
To seek an external independent review of the Scone Airport and Aviation Museum Project,
RECORDS of the Scone Airport, obtained under freedom of information, reveal there were only seven emergency service aircraft landings at the airport during a 12 month period,
DAVID Paradice manages more than $16billion in investments through his privately owned firm Paradice Investment Management and possibly knows a good deal when he sees one.
To the Editor,
On 7 November Upper Hunter Shire Council’s General Manager made several comments on scone.com.au in response to my letter of 23 October.
WHEN the Upper Hunter Shire Council claimed if the airport was not certified by August 2020 key emergency services would not be able to service Scone,
To the Editor,
I thank Mr Pinfold for his letter and contribution to the debate regarding the redevelopment of Scone Airport.