AT the District Council of the Copper Coast annual business plan public meeting last Wednesday, May 17, ratepayers were understandably angry at the unconcerned attitude of councillors to continued rate rises.
THE Kernewek Lowender again drew large crowds.
MY wife and I were holidaying on Yorke Peninsula and were in Maitland having lunch on Tuesday, May 16.
FRIENDS of Harvest was founded in 2015. It is a small committee of passionate parents from Harvest Christian College, Kadina, building a college community. FOH runs numerous fundraisers throughout the year.
GEOFF Male, of Wallaroo (YCT 16-6-17), wrote, “it has been my experience in the public service and councils that give someone a management position and watch the empire grow”.
IT TAKES a lot of hard work to put together the world’s largest Cornish festival and it takes a hard-working committee to make it happen.
SOME months ago, I sent a letter to District Council of the Copper Coast asking it to explain how are our rates determined, and to ask for justification about why they continue to increase.
THE community and I are appalled and disgusted that seven elected councillors have chosen to make a mockery of, trivialise, and ignore the real concerns of an overwhelming 97 per cent who are opposed to Yorke Peninsula Council’s proposal to revoke the classification of community land at Black Point with the aim of selling this land for financial gain.
WE are writing to express our utter disappointment with Yorke Peninsula Council’s vote to put forward a proposal to revoke community classified land in Black Point.