Cricket club’s debt may be wiped

April 28th, 2018 / / categories: 苏州美甲学校 /

THE Meander Valley Council will consider wiping a $4900 debt owed by the East Launceston Panthers Cricket Club when it meets on Tuesday.

In a letter to the council, Prospect Park Sports Club president Daniel Smedley asked the council to write off the 2007 to 2009 clubroom rent debt left unpaid by the former Prospect Vale Eagles Cricket Club.

He said the cricket club had been an original tenant of Prospect Park but had left after the 2009-10 season owing the council money.

The cricket club was required to pay 15 per cent of the complex’s total use during the period.

Councillors will consider three options on Tuesday:

– Not to write off the debt.

– Forgive half of the debt.

– Completely write off the $4938.

Council recreation officer Bonnie McGee recommended that the council provide a once-off remission on the condition that any further debt incurred by the centre is their responsibility.

“In the past when these debt issues arose, the PPSC multi-sport model was being developed and they did not have a proper governance or management system in place,” Mrs McGee said in a report.

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