Whitsunday Times - - YOUR SAY -

READ­ERS had plenty to say on the Whit­sun­day Times Face­book page this past week:

THERE will be big changes when you go out in Air­lie Beach's main street, with the in­tro­duc­tion of com­pul­sory ID scan­ners. Should have been done years ago. — Grant Goeld­ner

I was al­ways told for se­cu­rity sake iden­tity fraud etc that only po­lice should be al­lowed to copy your ID. — Sammy Trae­cey

All for it, should be from open. Some clubs open be­fore 10. If some­one is banned as long as the en­ter at open­ing they'll still get in though? — Steven Ma­son

WHILE some have voiced the opin­ion that Proser­pine had been left be­hind af­ter Trop­i­cal Cy­clone Deb­bie, the town did re­ceive a visit from Min­is­ter As­sist­ing the Premier in North Queens­land, Co­ralee O'Rourke on Fri­day. What re­cov­ery? How about get­ting the in­surance com­pa­nies to stop stuff­ing peo­ple about? — Tony Gatton

Yep – 3 months down the track and Wa­ter­mark have still not pro­duced a scope of works! Dis­gusted. — Ca­role Henry

I am with West­pac and have no scope of works yet. — Greg Olver

NRMA and no scope of works ei­ther! — Can­dace Smith

A $1.35 MIL­LION wa­ter park for Proser­pine, a rock wall for Wil­son's Beach and an RV stop for Proser­pine are

big-ticket items an­nounced in the Whit­sun­day Re­gional Coun­cil bud­get. Why is it be­ing built in Prossie ????? — Gail Har­vey

Cause Prossy needs it and peo­ple can travel from Can­non­vale etc to come in­stead of Prossy peo­ple

al­ways driv­ing to Can­non­vale to ac­cess fun things. It’s only fair. — Alix Leigh Ni­chol­son

Yay! Prossy is fi­nally get­ting some­thing! I’m so ex­cited... — Jaime Noel

Why in Prossy and not Air­lie along the water­front? — Kelly-Joe Al­sop

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