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Horsham College

SIR,- I read the article involving Department of Education and Early Childhood Development Grampians acting regional director Peter Henry in last week’s issue of The Weekly Advertiser regarding the Horsham College and felt compelled to comment.
His comments are very disappointing.
Just because he hasn’t received any correspondence does not in any way reflect of our community disgust at the state of buildings at the college. Perhaps it reflects more on the years on non-action by his department and political heads than it does of on the community’s acceptance of the state of play.
Mr Henry speaks of ‘appropriate bid for funding made as part of the State Budget process’ – that sounds like it came straight out of the television program ‘Yes Minister’.
Mr Henry, this community wishes to grow and prosper as a central hub for western Victoria and to do this we must have facilities that will attract people to our city.
The ‘bureaucratic fiasco’ has been going on for more than 40 years. The Horsham community has had enough.
Robin Barber,
Chairman,
Business Horsham

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Posted on Feb 15 2012

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