Community concerns go online

AN online public forum for the proposed Kingscliff Central Park plan has received attention from Tweed Shire residents who are using it to voice their support and concerns.

Tweed Shire Council director of engineering and operations Patrick Knight urged residents to use the forum to engage in debate.

“It’s vital that residents and local business have plenty of input to the final design,” Mr Knight said.

Tweed Shire Council Mayor Kevin Skinner said the forums would continue to be used for the community to participate in discussions about council projects and issues.

“They enable individuals and groups to find out about an issue and contribute their opinions at a time and place that suits them,” he said.

Concerns raised to date included availability of parking, night-time security and vandalism. Visit www.yoursaytweed.comau/kingscliffpark.



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