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Important questions need answers

With all the sudden interest in the council, I would just like to see three things.
Nanjing Night Net

1) The books opened to thepublic.

With our rates up to four times higher than other councils, one needs to ask where does all the money get spent?

It is not well known that the former Napthine Government went around and offered grants to councils on the proviso they take over certain services.

The problem was the cost to provide these services far outweighed the grants on offer.

Did our council fall into this trap in a rush of gold fever, leaving ratepayers to carry the burden of incompetence? Let’s see the books.

2) I would like to know what Cr Ali Cupper is going to do that is relevant to the council.

Her campaigns such as the rainbow sticker movement was based on the idea that business discriminates against the gay community.

Can Cr Cupper name one business that has refused service to somebody because of their sexuality?

While I’m sure jumping on more social justice bandwagons than Midnight Oil leaves Cr Cupper with a warm fuzzy feeling, it’s not really what she is paid to do by ratepayers.

3) As for the other perspective council candidates, instead of three word slogans, can you detail how you are going to create jobs and other aspirational promises?

If I was an elected councillor one of the first things I would do is reverse the decision that saw projects valued at under $5000 require a permit in a desperate bid for dollars to anything over 3x3m now needing permits, which often tripled the price of small projects.

The irony is the council still gets no permit money from these projects as people simply don’t build.

So to all candidates, can we see a little less fluff and a lot more substance?

Mark Cory,

Red Cliffs

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