Tim Wagner, Dale Mainil and Dan Cugnet, shareholders in the Weyburn Inland Terminal, are deep in thought following the meeting and vote taken by shareholders on Friday afternoon at McKenna Hall on whether the Terminal should be sold to grain company Parrish & Heimbecker. In the end, the sale was approved by just under 80 per cent of the shares represented in person and by proxy at the shareholders meeting. The scrutineers said that 88 per cent of the Terminal’s shares were voted in person or by proxy, with 246 shareholders present. The vote results will be presented in Court of Queen’s Bench Mar. 5, in Regina, for approval for the sale to go through.