Re: MPs in firing line over Boronia, Tormore lights
Good to see someone has the guts to stand up to the politicians. Thanks to Cr Peter Cole for getting the Tormore Road Lights Action Group the recognition they deserved. It was a lovely 'people power' story. Thanks, Weekly.
- Kept his Promise
Knox residents who want to keep our city green and leafy should vote for candidates who strongly oppose the inappropriate development of high-density apartment buildings throughout Knox.
Cr Darren Pearce has strongly opposed applications for high-density apartment blocks in Rowville. Cr David Cooper has recognised and supported Knox residents' genuine concern that our garden neighbourhood character is being overwhelmed by high-density overdevelopment.
Cr Andrew Walter has negotiated to improve development outcomes. In Baird ward, candidate Anthony Searle, has fought tirelessly to protect residents from inappropriate high-density housing.
- Margaret Lancefield, Rowville
He's well respected
Baird ward candidate Garrie James is a member of our association who is highly respected by the victims of heinous crimes, and fellow members. He has worked tirelessly as a volunteer to help in the running of fund-raising events. I could not think of a more trustworthy person to represent the Baird community.
- Noel McNamara, president, Crime Victims Support Association
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