Anti-tunnel fight kicks into gear
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.