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economy ned as and i An action plan saw local development officer Donald MacNeill seal a speedy deal with the laird to allow the community to pay a nominal rent to temporarily take over the bar.
His Union teammates told him about the English Lacrosse Association's local development officer program, and he was interviewed in Baltimore and was accepted.
It was fitting then, that I headed to Sparkhill to meet with local development officer Andy Munro, who was going to give me a potted history of the Birmingham balti and take me for a last meal at one of his favourite places, The Punjab Paradise.
Mari's first few weeks as the local Development Officer has seen the local round of a gymnastics competition and a primary school girls' football tournament .
Local development officer Mary Kearney said: ``They are being run for both experienced and inexperienced sports coaches and also offer help for club volunteers.
Llinosand Bobby's Anglesey-based business, Delhi Delights, began test tradingonthe Enterprise Rehearsal Project(ERP)in November2003 with support from their local Development Officer.