Council to consider re-opening beach car parks
THE council will today consider re-opening beach car parks and roads in the Tweed or extending the closures, possibly until the end of June.
In April, Tweed Shire Council closed council-owned beach car parks and roads in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The vote also included re-opening a section of car parks in Kingscliff for easier access to local businesses including a doctor's practice, chemist and physiotherapist.
Should Tweed Shire Council re-open beach side car parks?
This poll ended on 08 May 2020.
This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.
Letitia Rd in Fingal Head has already been approved for temporary closure until 30 June, 2020.
Today, Tweed councillors will consider three options put forward by officers; extending all closures until June 30, extending the closures until an unspecified date before June 30 or to re-open all closed car parks and roads, except Letitia Rd.
Earlier this week Tweed Mayor Katie Milne said she was yet to receive advice on when the border would re-open.
The meeting is due to start after the Planning Commitee meeting at 3pm.