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Originally published 04Nov2010

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Hatton tomorrow & Qs for council @ Farmers Market

NEWSLETTER 88 4 NOV 2010


JOHN HATTON "the anti-corruption warrior" standing for state elections and who wants to clean up the NSW State politics, will be visiting Mullumbimby tomorrow, 5th November as follows:


MULLUM CIVIC CENTRE, 7 pm for music, cakes and coffee, 7.30 speech. Locals will not be invited to speak on local issues as aforesaid, but will be invited to speak from the floor.


HATTON MEETS THE PEOPLE & THE PRESS
at lunchtime 12.45 outside Mullum Newsagency (not the railway station).
See http://www.johnhatton.com.au for info about this remarkable and honourable man.

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MEET BYRON SHIRE COUNCIL STAFF
& COUNCILLORS AT MULLUM FARMERS MARKET

FRIDAY 5TH NOV

Mayor Jan Barham, Ray Darney and others will be at the Farmers Market to hear what you have to say! If you"re sick of seeing Station Street used as a building site by Woolworths (this was NOT in the DA) come and tell Ray Darney himself!

Questions for Ray:

1. Is Woolworths paying Byron Shire Council a fee for using Station Street as a building site?
2. By what authority can Woolworths use Station Street as a building site?
3. Barricades were meant to be down after roadworks completed in 3 months from 7 June, did Woolworths ask council for an extension for barricades and thus continued redirection of town traffic?
4. Will the Woolworths irrigation/on-site sewage system be built before the fence comes down?
5. What discounts are Woolworths receiving on S94 developer contributions?

If you can"t get to the market and would like to pose these or similar questions to Ray Darney, email him direct on ray.darney(at)byron.nsw.gov.au (remove the brackets and put @) and send a copy to ‘contact us" at http://www.mullumaction.org

This is also an opportunity to let council know your long term aspirations for the future.

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SPLENDOUR FESTIVAL INPUT WANTED
http://tinyurl.com/splendour2 takes you to protest page form for splendour.
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THE ECONOMICS OF HAPPINESS
Local luminary and localisation champion Helena Norberg-Hodge will be showing her soon-to-be-released film in the Theatrette of the NSW Parliament, Macquarie Street, Sydney at 6.00 for 6.30pm on Tuesday, November 23. Hosted by Hon Ian Cohen MLC. Please tell your Sydney friends.

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