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Re: Ticking time bomb for Area TPOs?

Subject: Re: Ticking time bomb for Area TPOs?
From: Jerry Ross
Date: Aug 16 2006 10:01:11
Try this address -

Jonathan Astill wrote:
Had this one land on my desk.


Check out paragraphs 3.33 - 3.35.

Sounds to me, that after a long period of quiet, the powers-that-be may
be loading the starting pistol. (Or at least considering walking over to
the cupboard where the blanks are kept).
For the benefit of the many LPAs that still have huge Area TPOs, let's
hope the time frame is sufficient to sort them out.

Any insider info would be useful.


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