OLD FARM AREA GOOD FOR PARK
I TOTALLY agree with John Lewington’s comment on May 18, “Sad to see farm bite the dust.”
The old chook farm is almost a ready-made park, complete with birdlife and a mob of kangaroos.
With a few paths created and more trees planted, the park would be loved and appreciated by all.
Perhaps it could be a memorial park dedicated to the pioneers of Wanneroo.
With so much space in WA, why do councils approve dense housing estates? Isn’t quality of life and respect for our precious environment more important than profit?
If the Wanneroo council and building commission actually surveyed the people of Wanneroo to ask what we really want instead of crunching the numbers and adding to the enormous urban sprawl, I’m sure they’ll find it isn’t more condensed housing and shopping centres.
Please make a difference, take responsibility for and consider the future of all West Australians, including its wildlife, and make the chook farm into a public park. EMMA DOWNEY, Wanneroo