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Councillors agree to vote in favour of BID

By Natasha Swift 20th September 2017

Councillors agree to vote in favour of BID
St Austell Bid manager Annette (right) at the launch of the St Austell Bid app in 2015

A SCHEME which has brought Christmas lights and extra security patrols to the town centre has been given the backing of councillors as businesses are asked if they want to renew St Austell BID for another five years. At a meeting on Monday members of St Austell Town Council were asked how they wished to vote in the upcoming ballot for the...

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