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Public meeting to address Knockaloe future

The future of the Knockaloe farm site will become clearer tomorrow.

The Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture managed the 337-acre farm site until 2010, since then, there's been a five-year window to consider what comes next.
DEFA will host a public meeting tomorrow evening from 7.30pm at the Patrick schoolroom to give all interested parties a progress update.
As well as for agriculture, the site is also historically significant; as it housed internees during World War 1.
There's been growing concern amongst the Patrick Commissioners that government would sell the farm to developers. 
We asked Commissioner David Talbot what they'd like to see: 

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