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March 3, 2021

Conservatives’ fear campaign

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The conservative candidates have obviously decided that their own policies are not enough to get them over the line, hence the fear campaign being run about a green takeover of council. Yes, current Greens councillor Katie Milne is well known throughout the Tweed for her true commitment to community consultation and her opposition to overdevelopment; however, they must think she has incredible support to imagine that the current one Greens place on council could grow to a majority of four!


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