I agree with Ginnia plus the area around Anzac Oval …

Comment on National Indigenous gallery process hijacked? by Kathy.

I agree with Ginnia plus the area around Anzac Oval is historical, with the Totom Theatre, the Old PreSchool, (50 + Centre) one of the first buildings built by local town residents, the Youth Centre and the oval.
Army tents were stationed here during the war. The area is named after the soldiers and the Anzac history is here at this place.
The oval is used continuously for all sorts of events, and so should remain so for all Alice Springs to continue to enjoy.
Do not destroy this place by building large centres on it, and ignoring the significance of this area.
Also parking would be even harder to find in this part of town.

Recent Comments by Kathy

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Cannot the people responsible for the running of the park see what a draw the climb has always been in the past?
Well, the do gooders have got their way and the climb will be closed. But guess what.
Not too far in the future the climb will be opened again and this time besides paying for every person to enter the park, you will be required to pay to climb.

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Why would the council want the site taken from them and a prime real estate piece of town land given away?

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Why is it that the government and the businesses that want to make money now and not think of the future, feel that living in the Territory is only to exploit the resources?
If we want people to live in the Territory, then they need access to drinking water as we have been so lucky to have.
If fracking comes in and human nature as it is, an accident happens, we then cannot stop the cracks in the basin from fracking, where the water gets stored by mother nature over the years, and so water will be leaking out and no longer [will we have] a storage basin for the water from the earth.

See the Red Centre without setting foot in Alice Springs
You can feel the change in The Alice already. The spirit is going out of the Centre.
People are sick and tired of the infighting between Alice and Darwin with Gunner making crazy decisions and not in the best interest of Territorians country wide.
The problems in the Alice are being ignored and Alice is suffering enough with out the flights bypassing our town.

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