Neil Matterson, Byron Bay
In recent times Byron Bay has lost Mungo, lost its Main Beach and lost the ability to control a sensible future pathway with the loss in the courts to the developers of West Byron. From that decision we will also lose our ability to function in a fair and reasonable time frame and convenience.
More people, more cars but very little more in the way of infrastructure will eventually squeeze the functionality out of Byron Bay.
What were they
thinking? This is not a selfish case of ‘not in our backyard’ but a case of ‘our backyard isn’t anywhere near big enough’ for these changes.