FIGURES published in the Bayside Bulletin (May 7) regarding state government charges for bulk water were enough to put the wind up a Scotsman's kilt.
I REFER to articles in the Bayside Bulletin (May 7) relating to Redland City Council water supplies and, in particular, to the associated spiralling costs.
ON behalf of Ramp It Up lobby group members and myself, I would like to publicly acknowledge the tireless efforts of Division 1 councillor Wendy Boglary in achieving an amicable solution to the parking issues at Wellington Point Reserve.
WE were gobsmacked to read the article by John Davidson and his opinion that Cleveland CBD is defunct and should be left to die and leave it up to the money hungry developers to build big shopping centres instead.
IN response to John Davidson (May 3) let me say Redland City Council's focus on the Cleveland township is absolutely core business.
THE article about yellow light running (May 10) is full of contradictions and is an insult to the majority of safe motorists.
RE the letter from the deputy director general of TransLink about visits to the Southern Moreton Bay Islands to explain the integration of our ferries into its system: At the information sessions, TransLink's staff were pleasant, professional and persuasive, but that did not prevent the vast majority of attendees from signing petitions asking for a better TransLink deal and the removal of the inequitable rate levy.
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