Letters Archive

Lace monitor clings on, but for how long?

How excited I was to hear about the recent sightings of the endangered lace monitor lizard in and around a privately-owned block of remnant bushland in Leongatha South. Lace monitors were seen at the end of 2015 emerging from the bush block into neighbouring

New Inverloch marina has merit, but…

by Michael Giles ON BALANCE, the Mahers Landing marina and associated residential development, proposed by Jason Yeap, chairman of the Mering Corporation, near Inverloch, appears to have merit. In its favour is that part of the 250-hectare site, largely a degraded farming property anyway,

Council on wrong path

An interesting decision by the South Gippsland Shire Council to pass a motion five votes to four to put the Waratah Bay Trail from Sandy Point to Waratah Bay – back into their Paths and Trails Strategy as an “unfunded project” on the priority

Work around the trees

I am writing to express my concern on reading last week’s article, headlined ‘Fire? Walk away, says council’. The article relates to plans to build a house in Silverleaves which will require removal of nine trees. Two have collapsed and others are apparently leaning

Anonymous saviour

We want to thank and acknowledge the person who alerted Stockdale & Leggo Inverloch that the hot water service at our vacant holiday home in Surf Parade had burst and water was flooding the yard. Please call me, Lynne, on 0429 986 371. Lynne
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