Anti-tun­nel fight kicks into gear

Central Leader - - News - By Rhi­an­non Hor­rell

played around the area.

“We want to make sure the min­is­ter is aware of how un­happy the peo­ple are,” says Mr Davie.

On April 30 the gov­ern­ment will re­ceive rec­om­men­da­tions aris­ing from a re­view of op­tions.

Eden-Al­bert Com­mu­nity Board mem­ber Phillip Chase says the com­mu­nity is rais­ing its voice so the min­is­ter will un­der­stand the is­sues at stake.

“Peo­ple, homes, sports clubs and parks are im­por­tant and we don’t want a cheap, nasty Third World mo­tor­way rammed through the sub­urb.”

He says the op­tions are cur­rently on the min­is­ter’s desk and he is con­cerned that Mr Joyce has re­fused to come and meet with the com­mu­nity.

“The de­ci­sion is im­mi­nent.

“We are gal­vanis­ing the com­mu­nity,” says Mr Chase.

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