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March 1, 2021

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The advertisement inside this week’s Echo and is now circulating throughout our region

‘If you are tired of dust, potholes, broken or uneven surfaces, please call for a FREE no obligation quote’ 

 Wouldn’t it be great if the copy delivered to Byron Council chambers reaches the decision makers who could ring for a quote?

All the roads in the Shire provide a marvellous business opportunity, think of the jobs to be generated, the road building materials needed, and best of all, the chance for decent, safe roads for all!

Ah, private enterprise rewarded… my tyres have just been replaced after less than two years and annual wheel balancing has not kept me safe on our roads.

Appalling!           


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