RSL future remains unknown

Dean and Stephen Spratt, Saddleworth Meats, have offered to do grocery pick-ups and stock extra lines in the wake of the May supermarket fire.

Dean and Stephen Spratt, Saddleworth Meats, have offered to do grocery pick-ups and stock extra lines in the wake of the May supermarket fire.

The future of Saddleworth's RSL building will soon come under community consultation and discussion. 

Following the devastating fire at Saddleworth's IGA in May this year, Saddleworth's RSL building – which stands right next door, adjoining the former business – has been unable to be used due to fire damage. 

Clare & Gilbert Valleys Council has worked close with MACE Engineering to prepare a building report on the impact of the fire to the structure. 

Chief executive officer Roy Blight said the report on the impact of the fire would be discussed with the community in the months to come. 

Consultations would be held and council would canvas a range of options with the community. Mr Blight said a report would then be taken back to council to find a suitable outcome.

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