Plémont latest: Vote expected on Thursday
A THIRD day of discussions about what to do with Plémont is due on Thursday with a handful of States Members still to have their say on the controversial subject.
Wednesday saw lively exchanges as the House considered Senator Gorst's proposal to use public money to buy Plémont.
After the morning session saw amendments from Deputies Southern and Baudains fail and a plan for the National Trust for Jersey to increase the maximum amount they contribute under Senator Gorst's plan succeed, the main debate got underway at 2.15 pm.
However by 5.35 pm there were still five politicians due to speak and the Chamber adjourned for the day.
Members are due back to the sitting on Thursday morning at 9.30 am with a final vote expected to be called later in the morning.
Full report in Thursday's paper.
Sorry, we are not accepting comments on this article.