No marine rescue service for Port MacDonnell

FLOATING A PROPOSAL: Veteran fisher and industry leader Roger Cutting calls on authorities to abandon plans to establish a $1m dedicated marine rescue service at Port MacDonnell. He wants to see a coordinated service established using the commercial fishing fleet. Picture: SANDRA MORELLO

A PORT MacDonnell fishing industry leader has called on authorities to dump plans for a dedicated marine rescue service at the seaside town, claiming the commercial fleet is “ready and able” to take on the role.

Port MacDonnell Professional Fisherman’s Association president Roger Cutting said “common sense”

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