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Temporary ‘work zone’ signage will be progressively removed from the Lismore CBD from early January.
Up to 29 ‘affordable’ units that could house 50 people will be built above a Mullumbimby car park, after councillors agreed to work with Landcom, a development corporation owned by the NSW government, at their planning meeting last Thursday.
Much to the relief of workers and visitors to Lismore Base Hospital free parking in the area has been temporarily reinstated.
The pandemic has created the luxury of being able to find a park anywhere, any time, in most towns in the Northern Rivers. Alas, as restrictions relax and business begin to reopen, we'll be back to doing blockies to find a space and putting money in the meter.
Last Thursday’s Council meeting was again brutal and unrelenting, yet there were some positives, with items being voted upon including a Bruns traffic assessment, a 5G summit, and the adoption of Council’s operational plan.
Parking meters, electronic parking sensors and a significant expansion of time-limited parking areas are among a range of measures being considered by Byron Council for Brunswick Heads, Mullumbimby and Bangalow.
Hospitality workers finishing late at night in Byron Bay say they are having to undertake an unsafe walk through the CBD and into the unlit Butler Street Reserve carpark owing to Byron Shire Council’s new parking restrictions.
Since 1890, heat and heat waves have killed more Australians than bushfires, cyclones, earthquakes, floods, and severe storms combined and Tweed Shire Council are looking at ways to future proof the shire through tgheir DCP.
Recognising the impacts of logging and clearing native forests former NSW Premier Bob Carr has backed ongoing calls to halt land clearing in NSW.