Candidate Responses – Council Election 2016

The Greens
The ecologically valuable bushland and wetland of the former Scout land adjoining the Royal National Park at Spring Gully, a known Eastern pygmy possum hotspot, should be added to the National Park, not cleared and developed.

Labor
Labor Councillors have always opposed development of the former Scout land at Spring Gully. That commitment is current, ongoing, and unequivocal.

Peter Towel Independents, E Ward
I would like nothing more for the inclusion of Spring Gully to the public amenity of the Royal National Park.

I visited the site and met the local residents there a couple of years ago and it is an appreciable and tranquil area, worthy of preservation and being saved from this present state government’s agenda of robbing the public of significant and pristine areas such as Spring Gully to privatisation and commercialisation.

I have the utmost respect for the vision of our forefathers in their providing of national parks surrounding Sydney and I am against any degeneration of them.

Could you imagine what Sydney would be like without the forethought and vision of our forefathers to ensure the preservation of these areas?

Liberal
No response received.

Simpson Independents, E Ward
No response received.

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