Roe scar a race track
RESIDENTS along the Roe 8 Corridor have been asked to report any suspicious behaviour on the regrowth site after trail bikes and four-wheel drives tore up part of the area last weekend.
Bicton MLA Lisa O’Malley, who is chairwoman of the Rehabilitating Roe 8 Working Group, said it was disappointing not everyone valued the corridor.
“We want to treasure this place, not trespass,” she said.
A scientist photographing the regrowth took photos of the men and a 4WD that allegedly created circles in the ground and handed them to police and City of Cockburn community security service CoSafe.
“This type of incident is dangerous to human life and will delay the rehabilitation of this site,” Ms O’Malley said.
A fencing strategy has been signed off and a consultant to draft a rehabilitation plan will be appointed soon.