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Sunday, January 17, 2010

do as you like as the government has no money to fight cases like this

Please make a comment as this be used as a petition. cheers Stewart
It appears the government has no money to fight cases like this. So to all the little creachers,  I say sorry I tried for you. You are on your own.The best thing you can do is die in the water and poison the humans as this will effect a result in the future for the ones who might make it. Best of luck little guys. :-(  .The rest of the story is a recap of a previous post. 
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To this in three days
 The trees that have been removed are red river gum fig trees gum trees shrubs include Lilly pilly along with willow and other noxious weeds. I have made complaints about platypus getting killed and white tip river rats as well by wild dogs. I have also mentioned that there is Spotted Quoll in the area. There is echidna in the area as I have photographed them as well. Ring tail possums and normal possums abound.I was only there for two days and did not get to see if the bat colony has been removed as well, which I think it has. National parks won't do any thing as it is not a national park I know this as I have contacted them before, but it is common ground owned by the government. The common ground owned by the government is in a terrible state with black willow normal willow and black berries rife along with other noxious weeds.The third photo shows that some of the ground is an island.See previous post below environment disasters..see also barrages .

It appears the government has no money to fight cases like this. So to all the little creachers,  I say sorry I tried for you. You are on your own.The best thing you can do is die in the water and poison the humans as this will effect a result in the future for the ones who might make it.

5 comments:

  1. Gundagai is a basket case. It gets worse by the day. Just let it go its course and watch the implosion. Its best to just get on with your own life and let the nature and other wreckers in the place do their thing then they will move on and go wreck elsewhere. For a town with ecology stuff supposedly happening its amazing how the ecology gets degraded more each day. The main street is written of as a fetid oozing mess in the 1860s and the creek below it the same. Its still like that. Progress.

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  2. I have a policy of publishing all comments cheers Stewart

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  3. Well I am glad you did publish it Stewart. Its me that used to work at the op shop till someone claimed I was rude to them (after they sought me out there to have a go at me?) then someone wanted me to steal from there etc etc - so I left and went to help at Day Care then someone wrote a letter to Day Care that NSW Health denied after telling me about it but the big GSAHS boss Heather Gray sent me an apology, then Nicky Miller the druggists wife, came to my gate at 6.30am saying she didnt write the letter to day care, that ---- did.

    Its a circus.

    Poor creatures.

    Your blog is likely the most interesting thing that comes out of this town. I do not like Steve Maynards go at Mary McKillop on his Baptist Church blog. If Mary wants to be an intermediary, well good on her. Mercy!

    I didnt mean to be anonymous as why be.

    To find the fetid mess have a look at 'NLA Beta' then do a search for Gundagai Environs.

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  4. Please no more name dropping. I have allowed the previous comment on the grounds of freedom of speech.Yes I know who you are and probably half of the town knows now too. I was going to censure the first comment about the description of the main street but I know it was talking about 1880s. I feel that the writer is a bit over exuberant in the use of words. I must confess as I do the same when telling stories.To the previous writers credit that person has the town at heart and is a good honest citizen.Cheers Stewart

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  5. Stewart you are making up stories there. I have stopped caring about Gundagai as it has taught me to be. Its taken me a lot of years to get to that point.

    The Gundagai Environs article on NLA Beta does use those words I think or very similar. It is quite a long article that says how wonderful from miles out is but gets to Sheridan St then the creek, and its a fetid mess. It was that then. It is still a mess.
    You have no memory of the great place this town was as you are new to town. The way it is now is a damn shame. Yep, the business sector is contracting but its heaps more than that. Once this town had integrity. That has been lost. These new antics in town have only appeared the last 10 years and they are not nice. Such is life. People are so sick of it all that there is beginning to be a reaction to the circus stuff so in time it might all correct.

    Those trees you are protesting about, they were planted recently as the first lot for this Greening Aust thing that has provided fire paths straight in to town where before there were none.

    Gundagai's safe place in case of a huge fire is the showground. The only place I have seen a firestorm at Gundagai has been on Goat/Brumbys Hill so with the help of those trees any firestorm will be able to leapgrog across to the showground with ease.

    You said you were going to make a model boat. That one you have made is a bit bigger than that? Hi to Pamela.
    J.Jones

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