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‘Show some respect to Port Fairy SES volunteers’: MP Roma Britnell | The Standard

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A leaking roof, mould, no hot water and “substandard electrics” are just some of the issues Port Fairy SES members are facing. Unit controller Stephen McDowell said it was becoming more and more difficult to run the service from its Sackville Street site. “The roof is in real need of repair but we haven’t put any of our members up there to fix it because it is in such poor condition,” Mr McDowell said. The unit has been lobbying for about $2 million in funding from the state government to move to the town’s former ambulance site. It would share the site with the Port Fairy CFA. “The water leaking through the roof is only one of a number of issues,” Mr McDowell said. “It’s also very hard for us to gain access into and…



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