COFFS/CLARENCE POLICE ISSUE NEARLY 40 INFRINGEMENT NOTICES IN ONE NIGHT:
Jeff Ferguson: Everyone was young once, who doesn’t like a good skid every now and then, if there was a skid pad made for the public to use the government would make a great profit from entry fee and the GST on tyres, would be a win-win for everyone.
Lukey Andrew: Give us a pad and it wouldn’t happen.
Matt Henriksen: Got half a dozen Commo stockies with good tyres if anyone needs to clear a defect.
Cheryl Kirby: It doesn’t happen often enough in some streets in the town. It’s a daily event around some places.
Jamie Evans: The local clapped out Commodore scene has been severely affected.
CONTRACTORS START PREPARING FOR THE INSTALLATION OF TWO RIVER VIEWING PLATFORMS BY CUTTING DOWN PART OF THE LEVEE WALL IN MACLEAN:
Alice Bushell: Well I for one will be very curious as to what will happen when we do get a decent flood. Look out Maclean and surrounds.
Lynette Moore: So don’t we need a levee wall any more? Wasn’t it put there as protection against flooding?
CLARENCE VALLEY COUNCIL MAYOR HAS ENCOURAGED PEOPLE TO SUPPORT STORES IMPACTED BY THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW GRAFTON BRIDGE. HAVE YOU FOUND THE ROADWORKS A DISRUPTION FOR POUND ST BUSINESSES?
Jenny Cotten: Businesses along Pound St are having a terrible time. Due to lack of information, locals seem to think the road is completely closed. It is open but only one way, from Clarence St. I hope the people of Grafton continue to support these struggling businesses.
Amanda Eggins: Who can get a park! Poor businesses.
Karleen Muzzie Murray: These businesses have been impacted for months and months now. If I owned a business along this stretch of Pound St, I would want compensation.