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Anti-fracking group questions council’s transparency

THE Council has come under fire for holding meetings on fracking behind closed doors.

In a statement, the Council said it recently held an informal meeting with fracking consultancy firm Hatch Regeneris, where “members unequivocally stated their opposition to unconventional hydrocarbon extraction (fracking).”

Anti-fracking group, Belcoo Frack Free, have questioned the decision to hold an “informal” meeting which was not open to the public.

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