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Byron Shire
October 17, 2021

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David Pettifer, Uki

In reply to today’s article by the ABC Van Lifers I believe there is an opportunity for both sides to benefit.

There is a large, elevated, open, unused, out of sight area behind the Butler Street reserve. This area could be designated van parking with coin in slot electricity, showers and barbecues. It could offer limited stay allocations. Here is an opportunity to get vans off the streets and to get some return.


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