Good re­la­tion­ship with neigh­bours

The Observer - - NEWS -

MARY­BOR­OUGH Speed­way is so close to an over-50s vil­lage that if some­one threw a rock over the fa­cil­ity’s fence, it would hit one of the homes.

Speed­way pres­i­dent Wayne Moller said the club, which has been at that lo­ca­tion for 60 years, had “no ma­jor is­sues” with the next-door vil­lage.

Apart from a few com­plaints “here and there” dur­ing the past five years Mr Moller said the re­la­tion­ship with RV Home­base was good.

He said some­times the com­pany spon­sored events and had booked cor­po­rate boxes for their res­i­dents.

“Ob­vi­ously when­ever there is some­thing like that get­ting built next door to your venue there are al­ways con­cerns,’ he said.

“We mea­sure our noise and record it ... so if there are any com­plaints we have that ev­i­dence ... you just have to be smart and make sure you’re do­ing the right thing and then you don’t have any is­sues.”

The Ob­server tried to con­tact RV Home­base but was un­able to re­ceive a re­sponse by dead­line.

Photo: Al­is­tair Bright­man

HAR­MONY: Mary­bor­ough Speed­way is close to a re­tire­ment vil­lage with which it main­tains a neigh­bourly re­la­tion­ship.

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