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February 8, 2023

Mullum showgrounds a bowl of dust

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C’mon Mullumbimby Showgrounds – it’s time for tarmac! You must be making a motzer with the Farmers Market stall fees, gold coin donations for “road maintenance” (I’m guessing $1000 pw?) as well as fees from campers, Spaghetti Circus and events.

The showgrounds are becoming a dust bowl and a health hazard. My son visiting from Brisbane remarked ‘all the cars are dusty in Mullum’. How much water does it take to fill the Albert Hall?

Deborah Lilly, Mullumbimby

 

 


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