SORRY IF AU­TO­MATIC RE­PLY EMAIL OF­FENDED

Comment News (Gosnells) - - Opinion -

I WOULD like to thank Mr Camp­bell (Ad­dress this rort, May 9) for his com­ments.

Please ac­cept my sin­cere apol­ogy if any of­fence has been taken to my au­to­matic re­ply email.

I re­ceive a very high vol­ume of emails daily and this re­sponse is de­signed to as­sure the sender their cor­re­spon­dence has been re­ceived and that ei­ther my of­fice or I will be in con­tact as soon as pos­si­ble.

I have a very hard work­ing, yet small, lo­cal team in my For­rest­field elec­torate of­fice that as­sists me in ad­dress­ing each con­stituent’s re­quests and con­cerns in the or­der that they are re­ceived.

The ex­cep­tion is where the con­stituent re­quires ur­gent, im­me­di­ate as­sis­tance.

A large por­tion of emails that come through my in­box are au­to­mat­i­cally gen­er­ated email cam­paigns, which are sent in bulk from peo­ple across the coun­try and in­deed the world.

More of­ten than not, those who sign up to cam­paigns on the in­ter­net do not even know they have gen­er­ated an email to be sent to my in­box.

As a re­sult of this, I state in my au­to­matic re­ply that due to the high vol­ume of these emails I re­ceive, an in­di­vid­ual re­sponse to each can­not be ac­tioned.

In or­der to give pri­or­ity to the peo­ple of Hasluck, I re­quest in my au­to­matic re­ply that those who wish to re­ceive an in­di­vid­ual re­sponse to an au­to­mat­i­cally gen­er­ated cam­paign email, should send their con­cerns di­rectly to me via their own email ad­dress (not a generic cam­paign email ad­dress) with their Hasluck res­i­den­tial ad­dress.

I note be­fore the opin­ion ar­ti­cle was pub­lished, my team had been as­sist­ing Mr Camp­bell with his ini­tial in­quiry.

I would like to thank Mr Camp­bell for bring­ing this to my at­ten­tion and hope my team and I can be of fur­ther as­sis­tance in fu­ture. KEN WY­ATT, Hasluck MHR the Gos­nells Ho­tel at mid­day. Any for­mer nashos and their part­ners are wel­come.

Con­tact us at 9497 9879 or 0402 576 086 or email nashoswa71@gmail.com BOB McGUIRE, Ar­madale spread­ing the var­roa mite pest that de­stroys them and by harm­ing them with ex­ces­sive pes­ti­cide and chem­i­cal use and habi­tat loss to cater for hu­man over­pop­u­la­tion growth.

Ge­net­i­cally mod­i­fied food crops, feed crops, cotton crops etc harm the bee pop­u­la­tions in a toxic way.

Mo­bile phone tower mi­crowave fre­quency dis­ori­ents bee nav­i­ga­tion abil­ity.

Do we want to live or die, or are most peo­ple only con­cerned about busi­ness as usual and the money in their pock­ets?

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