Brora Rangers chairman William Powrie has called for decisions to be made as he grows increasingly frustrated about the uncertainty over which division the Cattachs will be in next season.
The SPFL’s decision to end the season prematurely due to coronavirus blocked off the pyramid play-off route into the SPFL for Highland League champions Brora and Lowland League winners Kelty Hearts.
A number of league reconstruction proposals have been discussed since, with the latest one tabled by Rangers giving automatic elevation for both clubs in a 14-14-18 setup.
Powrie feels he is no further forward in being able to plan for next season than he was when Scottish football was suspended on March 13 however.
Powrie said: “I hope something comes pretty quickly on this, because it has been going on for three months now.
“You look at it like that, and are we any nearer to finding out where we are going to be?
“Something has got to start happening, where people can look forward and plan.”