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May 24, 2022

Lismore koala plan exhibited

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Lismore City Council’s draft plan of koala management is to go on exhibition after a rescission motion was lost six votes to five last night.

Lismore mayor Jenny Dowell said the purpose of putting plans on exhibition was for community comment and feedback.

‘The public will have ample opportunity to comment,’ she told ABC radio.

‘I know there is a feeling that some of the mapping is not accurate and some of requirements of owners seem confusing but it is open to staff and councillors to put in submissions.’


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