This is indeed sad to happen, but it is appearing …

Comment on CDU oval a public place no longer by Interested community Member.

This is indeed sad to happen, but it is appearing everywhere, every bit of nice grassed area we have is being abused.
You only have to look at the demise of the Memorial Cemetery from a small grassed area around near the ablution block to nothing but fenced off toilets, no grass and prickles and weeds.
A disgrace to a place where the old pioneers who helped to build this town are laid to rest.

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