Save Our Southie - No Concrete on South Newcastle Beach

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Helen Corlis
Mar 11, 2020
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Ellen Tiedeman
1 year ago
The current footprint of the skate park on the sand should not be increased- the beach is beautiful and the sand should not be developed on further. I am also deeply concerned about the environmental impact on reducing the size of the beach. It seems nonsensical and ridiculous that the council would consider building on the beach

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Barbara Gaudry
2 years ago
Council's decision is incomprehensible. Surely Councillors have received proper professional information and guidance from Council officers or appropriate external consultants?
Has Council met its responsibilities under the NSW Coastal Management Act and Plan of Management?
Has all Corporate Knowledge disappeared from the Administration?

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Ian Jones
2 years ago
It's a ridiculous idea and there are so many more site options for this project

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TOby Read
2 years ago
Dune care is bad enough for the sand movement round here

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Kate Obrien
2 years ago
It should not happen. There would be injuries . Lots of sand in a skate park that would not end up being used because of this and it would sacrifice the natural landscape and beauty of this special
Place . It is not necessary as there are other great skate parks opened recently that are much more appropriate .

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sam headridge
2 years ago
its bullshit

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susie storm
2 years ago
Sometimes you just have to speak up to idiocy! How could anyone think that location is acceptable!

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John Mayo
2 years ago
Build a bowl just not on a beach.

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Andrew Dunkin
2 years ago
It’s a beach. Leave it be. Haven’t coastal councils learned anything?