Pleas ignored by indolent council
In defence of Jasmine Greens Kiosk, Central Coast Council has been caught out again.
We now learn that the Council-leased Jasmine Greens Kiosk in Umina has once again been damaged by vandals.
The kiosk manager Ms Gabby Greyem's plea for help has been ignored by this indolent Council.
The forward thinking and positive members of the Central Coast Council must be embarrassed by the remaining councillors who are exhibiting their continual negligent approach to matters of importance.
On three occasions 2016-2017 petitions were presented to Council and ignored for the need to have community lighting and CCTV cameras replaced or repaired.
The promised funding by Council in 2016 for a Barista Beating Crime project has not been allocated either.
The abhorrent behaviour by this Council shows its complete lack of responsibilities to businesses and the ratepayers on the Peninsula.
One wonders how many other matters of importance and responsibilities this Council has not acted upon.
Let us hope the new CEO Mr Gary Murphy will be able encourage a change of the thinking by the remaining councillors to the importance of replacing or repairing the CCTV to prevent further vandalism and theft to businesses around the Jasmine Greens Kiosk and Restaurant.
Email, 18 Jul 2018
Robert Welch, Ettalong
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