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  1. I wonder whether a letter for the The Herald should be drafted highlighting the apparently incompetent process and lack of proper due diligence on the part of SPT. This to be ready for the 2nd April addition, or sooner, if notification is received that the new operator is unable to provide the new service on the start date. Councillor Freeman has a huge source of information for this exercise!!

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    • A good idea, yes. Their transport correspondent covered the story back in January and might also be worth contacting – he’s on Twitter, @DamienHenderson

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    • Harry, you do have a point; especially on ‘due diligence’ AND I KNOW YOUR COMMENT WAS A YEAR AGO.. Hmmmmm, maybe you are a ‘soothsayer. Make the ferry good and the wind farm go away.

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