Re: relocating the Geese of the Naracoorte, Park tce, let the public have a vote
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For many years the Geese have been apart of a small town Naracoorte in South East coast of South Australia on and around Naracoorte creek near 1st Naracoorte Scout Hall and many people love them and the kids love seeing them. Even tourist from other towns look forward to seeing the Geese when visiting Naracoorte.
To some they are a tourist attraction part of the town too
It would be such a shame to relocate them.
The council has vote on Tues 26/03/2018 voted to relocate the geese due to residents complaints.
Naracoorte Herald Story 29/03/2018
“ Following a further investigation by The Herald, it is understood that the geese of Park Tce will be removed from Naracoorte and relocated to a different home.
After some residents’ complaints, the Naracoorte Lucindale Council took to a vote on whether to rehome the geese on Tuesday night. The elected members were split evenly, five against five. A division was called in order to have the votes recorded in the minutes.
The councillors who voted for relocating the geese were: Crs Ken Schultz, Toby Robinson, Malcolm McLean, Trevor Rayner, and Scott McLachlan.
The councillors who voted against relocating the geese were: Crs Julie Earl, Damien Ross, Craig McGuire, Tom Dennis, and Rebecca Smith.
The deciding vote to relocate the geese was cast by mayor Erika Vickery.
It is unclear when the geese will be removed from their current home and where they will be relocated to.“
We would like to see them stay and not be relocated as they are not harming anyone. Not hard to pressure wash driveways and etc
Sick of the council not letting the public have a say on what happens around town!
Please let’s get this petition signed and put it towards the council to consider a public vote on relocation of the Geese on Park tce.
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