Praise for those who made Wulkuraka a reality

Mr DOW 15/2 16 I never mind reading your letters , so when it came to the letter you wrote about Wulkuraka I agreed with every think you said and more, but I think you forgot to mention a few details.

Sean Choat started all this off when he was elected.

I have lived with this block of waste land for over 30 years and was delighted when some one was finally going to make use of it.

This man faced a lot of opposition a petition with signatures from Kenmore and Silkstone but speaking for us we were informed every inch of the way by Sean and the railway and we have accepted the dust and the trucks in this half of Dixon St.

When it came to an invitation to the initial opening.

We in this half of Dixon St did not get one, although we had been told we would.

We face the line so their should have been something to cater for the long term older residents , especially those for one reason or another could not walk, but would have loved to see the final product.

A VAUGHAN, Wulkuraka

 

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