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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.

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