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Deputy Vermeulen on mooring fees, waste, GP11 and Aurigny

Simon De La Rue and Matt Fallaize are joined by Deputy Simon Vermeulen, a member of Economic Development and Home Affairs, to talk about the issues currently facing Aurigny and a trio of requetes that he is putting his name to relating to mooring fees, parish waste, and planning — the first two of which will be debated at next week’s meeting.

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