THE fence around the proposed Chinese development in Waterson Way has received its first graffiti attack. It won’t be the last. It is (however) an indictment on the way things are run by this council.
At one end of town the council spent a huge amount of money on welcoming signs. On the other end we have a cheaply constructed fence on council land, which will be an eyesore.
Graffiti breeds graffiti and the event posters will follow. The solution would be to remove the fence that was built on council land.
The placing of the Chinese flag on the property echoes the situation which is currently occurring in the China Sea.
Alan Beverstock Airlie Beach