February 1, 2012 The Advertiser Julian Swallow
Adelaide, South Australia
WARNING bells should ring for Central Market traders after Adelaide City Council gave up its control.
Councillor Anne Moran yesterday described as “lunacy” the council’s decision to hand authority for the running of the markets to the new independent Central Market Authority, along with control of the revenue raised from the council’s U-Park on Grote St.
“We’re the first council I’ve seen that has sacked itself,” she said. “We’ve given away the goose and the golden egg.”
Central Market Traders Association president Franz Knoll welcomed the appointment of the independent, five-member management authority, led by chairwoman Judy Potter.
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