Graf­fiti flagged

Whitsunday Times - - WHIT SUNDAY VIEWS -

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

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