Stop Noosa Council Closing SpillDEBeans Back Access & Keep Our Cafe Dog Friendly!!!

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The community of Pomona does not want Noosa Shire Council to restrict the back access to the Coffee shop SpillDEBeans. This allows people with dogs to access the cafe via the back entrance in which is NOT council land and is privately owned. Please sign the petition and let’s send a clear message to Noosa Shire Council that the communtiy of Pomona and the Noosa Hinterland does not agree with their enforced restrictions and disagrees with Councils rediculous explanation of the back access “being unsafe”. 

From SpillDEBeans owner Deb Vasallo:

I would like to give you all the heads up on the changes we are being forced to put into action , once again by council due to yet another complaint..
I am showing you all the 3 reasons as why council wants us to stop customers ( which also means your fur babies) entering and exiting through the gate out the back .
Keeping in Mind, this gate lis on private property ... not council land.
1. The rear is a service area for deliveries for a number of properties which includes cars, trucks and vans entering and exiting on a regular basis.
2. There is no properly formed and designated pathway for pedestrians.
3. The back area is gravel and therefore is not a suitable surface.

As you can see from the 3 points above, if you direct customers into that area then you would be directing them into unsafe conditions that may result in injury or worse.
So to sum it up , if we have our back access to the garden taken away , it will mean no dogs, and a lot of congestion with everyone forced to enter via memorial avenue..
We will do everything in our power to keep our back gate open , but I would be grateful for your feedback and support .
Thanks heap
Deb and the team 

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