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Public inquiry

September 24, 2003

Last night I attended the evening session of the public inquiry against proposed St. George development of Olympia Carpark.

The turnout was very good, around 300 people. During the 2 hours, 7-9pm, the inspector was told of around 30 arguments against the proposed development and, of course, non for.

The speakers varied in their level of eloquency but they were all passionate and made their point: what a disastrous effect the development would have on the whole area.

The Sinclair Road Residents Association has been informing residents about the development for the last year and I have been helping out the way I know best, by managing a web site for the cause.

There are some photos from the meeting available and I suspect that the chairman of SRRA will soon write an article about the meeting. Yes he did :-)

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