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The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts will host a public meeting on Monday at 7 p.m. at the Mount Peyton Hotel in Grand Falls-Windsor to discuss the ongoing Herder controversy.
There will be an opportunity next week for Cats fans to voice their opinion and get some answers surrounding the ongoing Herder controversy.
The Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts announced in a press release issued on Thursday that they would be holding a public meeting to discuss the Hockey Newfoundland and Labrador's decision that all Herder games are to be played at the Mile One Centre in St. John's or the Pepsi Centre in Corner Brook.
The public meeting, which is open to all interested parties including sponsors, stakeholders, fans, and those with holding seats, will take place at the Mount Peyton Hotel in Grand Falls-Windsor at 7 p.m. on Monday.
The press release states that members of the Cataracts executive committee will provide an information update and an opportunity for a question and answer session.
HNL told The Advertiser it does not intend to reverse its decision on where the games will be played.
"This could be the death of the Cataracts," said Cataracts' director of hockey operations Barry Manuel, "so we will fight it to the death."