Thanks Council

Susan Fitzpatrick-Napier, Byron Bay

Thank you Byron Council rubbish depot team!

They moved 20 bags of rubbish and an office chair from the high tide mark on Belongil Beach last week, literally within a few hours after we called them – narrowly avoiding all the rubbish being taken out to the sea on the next tide. Thanks again! Also, it would be great if Council could budget for a daily check on Byron beaches, or a hotline to catch any rubbish before it damages the beach and sea life. The bulk of dollars to Council and the Shire come from people from around the world wanting to see Byron’s beaches. A small cost to preserve a big tourist and revenue attraction?

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