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The Man­gles Bay Ma­rina pro­posal has been axed by Plan­ning Min­is­ter Rita Saf­fi­oti, who has taken on board ad­vice from the WA Plan­ning Com­mis­sion not to re­zone the land for the project. Peo­ple took to the Tele­graph’s Face­book page to ex­press their opin­ions on the move. Rock­ing­ham stuck in the stone ages while Mandurah and Hil­lary’s keep mov­ing forward. Chad Ken­wor­thy I agree that the bush­land should be de­vel­oped for tourism but I think a canal de­vel­op­ment was al­ways a bad idea. Pre­serve the far end of Point Peron and put in some sus­tain­able tourism fa­cil­i­ties where the rub­bish-filled land and old boat­yard is. Paul Bag­ga­ley The place looks like a dump now, sad day for Rock­ing­ham. Ed Wil­bur One ma­rina is enough. Two would have been a disas­ter for both. Hope­fully the other pro­posal can get some legs and fore­shore de­vel­op­ments can pro­ceed. A park­land would be amaz­ing. Rick Maxwell Wow — sensible gov­ern­ment on be­half of all our lit­tle penguins. Michael Kier­nan There goes our chance to get ex­tra rev­enue and more em­ploy­ment — rate hikes here we come. Oso Fam Well done to Hands Off Point Peron. Kevin Hig­gins Now let’s get the coastal park idea up and run­ning. Karen Oak­ley Hope­fully this means even greater in­ter­est in getting the Wan­liss Street project off the ground. Brett Mc­Don­ald Rock­ing­ham stuck in the dark ages. Peter Rae Good — it was a waste of money and bad for the en­vi­ron­ment. David Fullard Posts and com­ments on so­cial me­dia may be pub­lished and edited for le­gal, con­tent or space rea­sons. face­ sound­south­ern­tele­graph @soundtele­graph @soundtele­graph

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