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Byron Shire
May 17, 2021

Toilets and potholes

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David Ashton, Mullumbimby

Is this to be the legacy of Byron Shire? Toilets that have passed their use by date and potholes that wreak havoc on our vehicles.

Time to fix these problems.

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  1. Allan, Tasmania. Damage caused by potholes to your vehicle….. send the bills to Byron Shire Council. They collect rates, they are responsible for maintenance…. they have a ” Duty of Care “.

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