President Mark said he was concerned at the lack of parking in the CBD due to employees taking up spaces. He said he had contacted Recorder and the paper had done a story on it. Secretary also to advise members of the problem. He said that with the CBD upgrade it was important that as many car spaces as possible be available to members.
President said he would continue to speak with Bank SA in an effort to have an automatic payment system introduced.
Dr. Andrew Johnson from Council reported that work in the CBD and Sports Precinct was progressing well.
President reminded members that any business that wanted to use Come Sea Change material for promotion must apply to the committee.
President said he had attended meeting of the Upper Spencer Gulf Planning Committee and he would report on any further progress on loans which could be available. However he said that the $20m. allocated to the region was only a drop in the ocean of what was needed.
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