School’s traf­fic is­sues off the ta­ble

The Morning Bulletin - - NEWS -

DIS­CUS­SIONS about how to man­age Frenchville State School traf­fic is­sues didn’t ma­te­ri­alise yes­ter­day in coun­cil af­ter the meet­ing was can­celled.

The safety of chil­dren at the pop­u­lar Rock­hamp­ton school was meant to be dis­cussed at yes­ter­day’s In­fra­struc­ture Com­mit­tee Meet­ing, but the meet­ing was can­celled only hours be­fore its start time.

On­go­ing traf­fic is­sues at the school were raised to the coun­cil a num­ber of months ago with some par­ents air­ing their frus­tra­tion about the chaos on Face­book.

■ LANA JOHN­SON - “Wow! If you have never seen Frenchville school from 2.30pm on­wards with 1000 kids all leav­ing at the same time then you have no clue! Maybe all the other schools need a great prin­ci­pal to speak up for them.

About time they did some­thing! It’s the big­gest pri­mary school in Rock­hamp­ton ... it needs ad­dress­ing.”

■ MICK WOOLEY - “About time they are go­ing to take ac­tion.”


“Maybe ALL schools should be on the agenda.”

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