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At least the stop signs have been replaced by give way signs.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