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Editorial February 25th, 2017


Welcome to this weeks Beagle Editor's Choice. The selections this week cover opinion pieces on the possible impact of Sunday trading hours on our already fragile local economy that is heavily reliant on tourism and hospitality along with an update of the status of Brou Tip and what should be done next to allay fears of pollution. Over the past months we have received many emails asking if it was possible to support The Beagle. Whilst we have steadily increasing and much appreciated support from our advertisers it is heartening to hear that individuals want to help support local independent news. Many thanks to those who have already donated. If you would like to support the upkeep and further development of The Beagle, your donation is most welcome, no matter how small, as it all helps to keep The Beagle running. A donate button similar to the above can now be found on The Beagle main page. There is also a link here As the New Year unfolds there has already been a spotlight placed on Council with the expectation of improved communication by Council to the community and also a greater proactive participation and representation by Councillors. Peter Cormick's commentaries are a must read as they are informed, succinct and inclusive for readers keen to see their Council at work, as well as being used, we hear, as independent guides by Councillors I hope you enjoy the other selections on the Editor's Choice page until next lei

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