Hospital staff to rescue
Pity the poor drongo who holds out to the end having their solar installed, they’ll be paying for the entire grid maintenance.
So, every time another household goes solar to the grid system the non-solar users have to make up for the solar producers’ free power. Confused? I am, but my thoughts are that our politicians and brilliant bureaucrats are mentally underpowered, or are they running on solar at night? for their assistance in setting up, Ryan for his trumpet ensemble on the morning and all others who either donated prizes or helped out on the day. I RECENTLY spent a week in the Mossman hospital after a major health scare.
Wow, the nurses and staff at the hospital couldn’t do enough for me with all the looking after they did for me in my time of need.
So a very big thank you from the bottom of my heart for looking after me and getting me back on my feet.
The nurses are just so friendly and helpful and to me don’t get paid enough for what they do for people, they treat every person with respect and always with a smile on the face, which cheers up the patients as well.
If I ever get sick again the Mossman Hospital is one place I want to be to get fixed and healthy.
Also a big thank you to the ambulance officers who transported me, kept me calm and relaxed with my health problems, and were quick to get here once I called them.
Congratulation on a job well done. - there is no drainage into the sea.
People will cope with the UV rays same as always, “slip, slop, and slap”, and it’s not so far that people can’t walk there from their accommodation, ride a bike, or catch a bus.
And so it goes on - no matter how attractive a scheme is, there will always be a vocal group of opposition, until it’s all finished.
After that, the blinkers are removed, and everyone can enjoy what will be a wonderful community asset.
In September 2009 the master plan was finalised and approved ready for implementing and the project advisory group was disbanded.
Following this, eight community advisory representatives were selected from this group by council to act as a conduit between council and the community to disseminate all relevant information and provide feedback to the council.
You can be assured that not one of us is misinformed regarding any matter on our waterfronts.
This current dispute over the location of the lagoon was brought about when council, only eight weeks ago, decided upon a location not even put forward or discussed in the master plan process and not included in the plan.
This location decision effectively changes the entire dynamic of what was meticulously planned and approved for our waterfront.
Seven of the eight community Representatives do not approve of this location along with the majority of the 26 organisations who worked on the master plan.
This council has categorically rejected any submission by anyone whatsoever to change its decision.
Their public consultation program they are legally obliged to carry out is just a front pushed through in their race to gain federal funding.
Although the council may not approve of me I have not resigned from the community representative committee.