Among his challenges, Kerr and his board of directors had to challenge five Craiglie companies that appealed to the Town Planning and Environment Court.
December 4, 2018 Topical sports reported that the Town Planning and Environmental Court judge, in the case against Paws and Claws converting an old printing house into an animal shelter at Teamsters Close in Craiglie, ruled that there must be a “reunion without prejudice âby all parties by February 22.
âIn an 11th hour request, five companies in Craiglie filed an appeal with the Town Planning and Environment Court to sabotage the plans for the animal shelter center.
âA hearing in Mossman Magistrates’ Court (last Monday) was adjourned (until Friday) and it was at that point that it was decided that a meeting without prejudice should be held.
âA without prejudice meeting is meant to encourage the parties to see if the dispute can be resolved outside the court or tribunal. “
Originally installed on the Captain Cook Highway, the aging facility was plagued with noise and odor issues before closing in September 2016.
Visit pawsandclaws.org.au for more details on how to apply.