MANY YP Country Times readers would be aware Yorke Peninsula Council has completed a “community engagement process” at Black Point and other locations around the peninsula, which includes advertising by media and signage, and requests for public submissions in regards to council’s revocation and subsequent sale of community land assets.
I WRITE further to recent letters about rate capping and the proposal by the state opposition to trial it if it win government at the next state election.
AT the public meeting held in the Kadina Town Hall on Wednesday, May 17, it was apparent the ratepayers who attended were very concerned as to where we are headed financially with the proposed Annual Business Plan 2017/18 put forward by the District Council of the Copper Coast.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Kernewek Lowender committee and Copper Coast community on the success of this year’s Cornish festival.
AFTER reading Stephen Mullighan’s comments (YPCT 23-5-17), I am wondering if he has driven his own vehicle on the Yorke Highway between Port Wakefield and Ardrossan with a quarry truck travelling behind him trying to force him to drive faster than the 100km/h limit.
MY late wife was readmitted to Wallaroo Hospital on February 21, 2017.
MY family and I are fifth-generation locals and have once again become distressed by Yorke Peninsula Council’s proposal to sell 100 per cent of the community land reserves on the beachfront at Black Point. This is not only financially negligent but a short-sighted cash grab that has ignored the overwhelming majority of the locals’ views.
I HAVE never felt compelled to write a letter to the YP Country Times editor but will make this an exception.
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.