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2:36pm 22nd October 2012

More meetings are being held over the future of Truro City.

On Monday night, fans will be able to question two businessmen who saved the club from being chucked out of the league.

Pete Masters and Phillip Perryman paid a £50 thousand bond at the eleventh hour on Friday.

Now they will lay out plans and a statement is expected from the administrators.

Elections to vote-in committee members of the Truro Fans' Trust will be held too.

2:36pm 22nd October 2012

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