Unley Council rejects another plan for the future upgrade of Unley Oval is the headline in the current Eastern Courier.
Members of Council have reacted with dismay and confusion and in some cases outrage at these headlines.
The observations made this week in the Eastern courier about the hour of debate we had at our last Council meeting will leave the public, who rely on the press for their information, having no idea what is going on.
As I noted in my last post on this subject, the morning after the meeting and which can be found at http://www.donpalmer.org/2014/01/unley-oval-improvement-fails-to-take.html, we have stalled and only temporarily because the motion we had suggested to us last week was simply to receive the report.
How that can be interpreted as a rejection of the plan has got me beat?
As I indicated in my last post I have now met with a number of members to discern the detail in the report provided us and determine what information we still need with a view to developing a motion on notice that will move us forward.
We have a workshop scheduled, as agreed to at the council meeting, at which we will request information on those things we are short on information for. I am confident that I will have a motion on notice, or a group of motions on notice that will bring about a positive result. One that will be acceptable to members of council, to the public at large and which will help bring Sturt FC up to other clubs in the facilities they have available to them.