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March 2, 2021

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Between April 14 and 26 the toilets were hosed out once, on Saturday April 20.

Hosing is not cleaning. The contracts states ‘cleaned’ once a day and twice a day on holidays.

The brick monstrosity at Torakina does not get cleaned and the shower taps have been running for a month. Byron Shire Council, is anyone home?

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