Glenn Bunny Director of Infrastructure and Land Management talk at Progress Association meeting

PROGRESS ASSOCIATION: Patricia Garrard.
PROGRESS ASSOCIATION: Patricia Garrard.

 

THE man given the large task of managing one of the State Government’s biggest portfolios has accepted an invitation to speak at the upcoming Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Progress Association meeting.

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Glenn Bunny is Director of Infrastructure and Land Management with the Department of Primary Industries.

Progress Association Secretary, Patricia Garrard lists some of his responsibilities.

“He’s responsible for regional ports, which Tea Gardens is one, Holiday Parks such as Jimmys Beach and Hawks Nest Caravan Parks, the New South Wales dredging program, Coastal management, bushfire, pest and weed control and land owner consents.”

Gordon Grainger from the Myall River Action Group said, “Mr Bunny’s responsibilities stretch from the Queensland to the Victorian borders and he is up to date with the various issues within the Myall area.”

His vast portfolio opens the way for discussion on a range of issues affecting the Myall from the ongoing battle over dredging, the proposed Sheargold development and erosion issues at Winda Woppa.

Patricia Garrard told News Of The Area, “You don’t have to be a member of the Progress Association, everyone is welcome.”

The meeting is being held in the Old Library on Booner Street in Hawks Nest at 7pm on Monday 9 October.

 

By Margie TIERNEY

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