Rail line

Central and North Burnett Times - - VOICE OF THE BURNETT -

pros­e­cute mo­torists for not stop­ping at stop signs when the line was not in use.

Mr Seeney replied on Oc­to­ber 15, 2012, that our con­cerns would be passed on to the Min­is­ter for Trans­port and we would be kept up­dated.

We are still wait­ing for a re­sponse on all ac­counts.

At least the stop signs have been re­placed by give way signs.

Good luck try­ing to get in­for­ma­tion from the govern­ment.

Jack Muller Sec­re­tary MDRRA IN LAST week’s CNB Times the pos­si­ble fu­ture use of the rail line is men­tioned along with a pe­ti­tion be­ing cir­cu­lated.

I would like to point out the Monto and Dis­trict Ratepay­ers and Res­i­dents As­so­ci­a­tion has pre­vi­ously en­deav­oured to get a re­sponse from the govern­ment about the fu­ture of the line with­out suc­cess.

We wrote to the Pre­mier on June 14, 2012, about the clo­sure of the line and the pos­si­ble fu­ture ben­e­fits of keep­ing the line in­tact.

The re­ply we re­ceived said our con­cerns had been noted and passed on to the Min­is­ter for Trans­port who would re­spond.

Fol­low­ing re­ceipt of the pre­mier’s re­ply we wrote to Jeff Seeney on Septem­ber 26, 2012, ask­ing him who would be re­spon­si­ble for the con­trol of ver­min, fire haz­ards, weed con­trol, rub­bish and drainage on the rail cor­ri­dor and why were po­lice still able to

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