Council wants to place CSG-free signs around Tweed
TWEED Shire Council has long held a stance against unconventional gas exploration in the Tweed and, if supported by the community, will install 'Gasfield Free' signs throughout the shire.
Since passing a motion to oppose coal seam gas exploration in the Tweed in 2011, the council has continued to promote a firm position at State and Federal Government levels against CSG and other unconventional gas operations.
With community consultation, panels will be added to township and village signs scattered across the shire, reading 'Tweed Shire - Gasfield Free'.
Should Tweed Shire Council be involved in installing "gasfield free" signs around Tweed?
This poll ended on 06 June 2014.
Yes, this concerns everyone.
No, they are over-stepping the mark.
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.
A webpage dedicated to the issue of unconventional gas operations in the Tweed has been set up on Your Say Tweed, Council's online community engagement forum.
Community members are invited to have their say online at yoursaytweed.com.au/gas or by calling Council on 02 6670 2400.
Residents will also be able to discuss the signs with council representatives on World Environment Day at Knox Park, Murwillumbah, on Sunday.