Myall Coast community should be invited to contribute to issues that affect our community

The Singing Bridge at Tea Gardens. Photo by Simon Wilson
The Singing Bridge at Tea Gardens. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Dear News Of The Area,

We are being provided an opportunity to indicate to Midcoast Council that Ratepayers and Residents are willing and should be invited to contribute to issues that affect our community.

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On this coming Friday, at 2 locations in the region, Forums have been scheduled for citizens to have their say on one such current issue – the regional Tourism Destination name. The number of people who attend these forums will serve to indicate to Midcoast Council, also in regard to future issues, the community desire and deserve the right to be heard and their input addressed.

I hope Midcoast Council wisely decides to abandon the push for ‘Barrington’, and agrees to then seek a name complimenting all our naturally amazing, diverse region, that abounds with majestic beaches, lakes, mountains, rivers, valleys & more.

My suggestion Majestic MidCoast.

Anne Reynolds
Tea Gardens

 

Mungo. Photo by Simon Wilson
Mungo. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Karuah Bridge. Photo by Simon Wilson
Karuah Bridge. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Jimmy's Beach on dusk. Photo by Simon Wilson
Jimmy’s Beach on dusk. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Cowper Street Stroud. Photo by Simon Wilson
Cowper Street Stroud. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Bulahdelah. Photo by Simon Wilson
Bulahdelah. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Bennett's Beach. Photo by Simon Wilson
Bennett’s Beach. Photo by Simon Wilson

 

Forster. Photo by Simon Wilson
Forster. Photo by Simon Wilson

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