Big words Eli. “Send a strong message, clean up our …

Comment on Challenger for mayoral contest? by S Taylor.

Big words Eli. “Send a strong message, clean up our town.” After all this time Eli, (and don’t forget, you also stood for the seat of Braitling) you haven’t achieved a single thing. You might ask the question why? Probably best Eli, if you read each of the fifty or more self generated media articles. Pathetic. Sadly, you have not learnt a single thing either about how the three tiers of Government operate in this great town, this state or this nation.
This is not about one man Eli: it is about a team of people who have all stood for all the same reasons of helping our community, our state, our great nation. Sadly, you continue to rubbish all tiers of government, the police, our town, the Mayor, the youth of our town and anyone else who tries to do good.
As a great man once said: “Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country.”
Boy, I really have to wonder at what could be achieved with you at the helm Eli? I guess the gloves are back on? Now you should put your money where your mouth is Eli, and don’t quibble about how much you need to stand for Mayor, otherwise I sense you are chickening out! If it is any indication, Damien spent only half of what Murray did.
Happily, I believe that we have far more intelligent people living in our town who are not so foolish as to elect you as their Mayor! If they do, then they get what they deserve.

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More empty words from Councillor Banks.
Why doesn’t she put her effort into getting Ilparpa footpath finished instead of putting up stupid motions which unnecessarily delayed that project?
In fact she has stopped work continuing since March this year.
Prior to that, the lads were doing a stirling job.
There are no sacred sites impeding this pathway apart from the trees which have previously been reported on by AAPA to allow for the optic fibre cable along Ilparpa Road.
Rightly, the lads have left all other corkwoods etc standing. No trees have been removed.
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