Not a shock

Isis Town and Country - - Opinion -

WHY would the loss of fund­ing for a hy­drother­apy pool come as a shock to any­one? Af­ter all, Bur­nett did vote back in an LNP sit­ting mem­ber. It is the game all par­ties play af­ter an elec­tion: “Vote us back in or we take away what some­body else has promised.” I won­der if Hin­kler will lose any fund­ing, but un­for­tu­nately it is the peo­ple who need this the most who will suf­fer for it, and we are only a small ru­ral town, so who cares? I also ques­tioned the cost of this when it was promised be­cause again, the Bund­aberg Re­gional Coun­cil was say­ing it was closing our public pool be­cause of costly re­pairs needed. So what can we do, ratepay­ers and vot­ers? Speak with our votes and our feet, by the looks of it. We put you in; we can put you out. Diane Styles,

Childers

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