Ja­son’s gone – lo­cals re­spond

Whitsunday Times - - NEWS -

The town des­per­ately needs at­trac­tions like yours Jas. Even an old duck like me had an ab­so­lute ball on your Aqua Park. Fin­gers crossed for you — Joanne Cut­ler

Just plain em­barass­ing, the way this was han­dled. For a tourist des­ti­na­tion we sure know at times how to steer peo­ple away!!!! — Pat Mor­ris­sey

So sad that Ja­son has to leave town. I can­not be­gin to un­der­stand the rea­sons why it hasn’t been ap­proved. I think it is one of the best ac­tiv­i­ties to have in Air­lie Beach for kids & adults. Shame the pow­ers that be don’t think so. I would love to see Ja­son re-open this won­der­ful Aqua Park. In the mean­time I wish Ja­son all the best in his new lo­ca­tion. — Trenella Mcinerney-Pass­more

One of the worst de­ci­sions the coun­cil have made, what were they think­ing. Fun po­lice at their best! — Fiona Hut­ton-Browne

I read your let­ter to the ed­i­tor Ja­son Ford and I al­most had a tear in my eye.... this town moves at a snail’s pace and it is so un­for­tu­nate that you were shafted the way you were. This town needs more and soon as it is fall­ing be­hind. — Amy Lola Keyte

Just shows if you have the cash the lo­cal coun­cil is eas­ily in­flu­enced. Great prece­dent to set. — Michael O’Toole

PAST: The com­mu­nity ral­lied to save the aqua park.

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