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March 7, 2021

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David Ashton, Mullumbimby

Please Council, can you remedy the disgusting toilets in Brunswick Heads? Particularly those at Banner park.

We often need to visit these toilets with our four year old grandson and he is reluctant to use them; he says ‘they are really smelly and I don’t like to go into them.’

Also there is no lock on the female toilet door.

They need proper maintenance and thorough cleaning, not a cursory hosing now and then. Please give them the attention they need.

Ed Note: Reflections Holiday Parks manages Banner Park toilets, not Council.


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