Letters Archive

Council wasting its dam time and our money – SENTINEL-TIMES COMMENT

By Michael Giles THE community, our readers at the Sentinel-Times, are going to be sick and tired of hearing about the retarding basin at Walkerville long before it ceases to be an issue at the South Gippsland Shire Council table. Or so it seems,

What a day!

What a privilege it was to be at the unveiling ceremony of the bronze statue commemorating nine year old Lennie Gwyther’s ride on his pony Ginger Mick to see the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1932. Thank you to Bob Newton for

Supermarket questions

The recent report that the former Korumburra Shire offices are to be sold to IGA must raise alarm; remember when the Korumburra saleyards were sold in a private transaction without tenders. There were no adequate conditions placed on the sale by the council and

Well done, council

Regarding the article, on page 14 of the Sentinel-Times on October 3 reporting that the public were denied access to letters of objection relating to the application seeking approval to operate joy flights on farming land in Inverloch, the issue was further complicated by

No peace near airfield

I read with interest Bruce Gibson’s letter to the editor supporting the joy flight operation on Inverloch farmland, an application recently rejected by the Bass Coast Shire Council. Mr Gibson speaks only for himself and not the families who live within 500 metres from