A contingent of anti-greyhound racing activists are preparing to once again descend on Lismore City Council tomorrow as the council attempts, for the fourth time, to deal with rescission motions lodged after the final meeting of 2017.
The motions lodged regard a proposed expansion of Lismore Square Shopping Centre, a Olympic ski-jump facility, an extra 20 greyhound race meetings, and a special business rate variation.
After failing to reach a quorum after Cr Elly Bird walked out of the last meeting, it’s understood the numbers will be there tomorrow night to ensure that the meeting goes ahead.
Both Greg Bennett and Nancy Casson, who were absent from the last meeting, have confirmed they will be attending, and Cr Vanessa Ekins and Cr Eddie Lloyd are also expected to be back for the meeting.
Cr Elly Bird has indicated she will be attending although Cr Adam Guise is understood to be away so will not be attending.
More to come