Tuesday, 21 November 2017
SAFETY FIRST... Giving the new Port Julia pedestrian crossing the tick of approval last week during a site visit are Port Julia Progress Association members Brian Cherry and Perry Woodward, Yorke Peninsula Council construction staff Mick Whitelaw, Jason Coe and Ben Longbottom, Cr Tania Stock. SAFETY FIRST... Giving the new Port Julia pedestrian crossing the tick of approval last week during a site visit are Port Julia Progress Association members Brian Cherry and Perry Woodward, Yorke Peninsula Council construction staff Mick Whitelaw, Jason Coe and Ben Longbottom, Cr Tania Stock.

Safe Roads at Pt Julia

THE first part of a Safe Road Program being developed for Port Julia has been completed.

Works included a pedestrian crossing from the cliff-top stairs leading to the jetty via the heritage-listed Red Shed.

This section of the program, which has been developed by the Port Julia Progress Association, also involved constructing a footpath/walking trail from the settlement’s bush camp­ground in Reichen­bach Memorial Park to the jetty.

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