This futile attempt by local “business” leaders, Alice Springs Town …

Comment on Have a look at what’s being demolished by P A Bassett.

This futile attempt by local “business” leaders, Alice Springs Town Council and current NT Government to revitalise their previous destruction of our Todd Street CBD precinct by destroying more of our cultural education heritage will result in the same financial and social amenity disaster for all future generations.
Blind Freddy knows what needs to be done to eradicate the only reason why no new private CBD located tourism development has occurred in the past 25 years.
All names associated with the demolition of Anzac Hill High School will be etched in solid black ink for ever, and you are all a disgusting group of ignorant fools.

Recent Comments by P A Bassett

Council: Gallery at Anzac precinct, no to curfew
Sadly glad now we escaped, along with another 10,000 genuine locals since the mid 80s, and now have no doubt that another 10,000 will also … soon.


65 years of history now a pile of rubble
The names Gunner, Ryan, and all other local “names” involved in this vile destruction of Harold Liddle’s hand made besser blocks will soon be cast in brass for all future generations to remember. And you all know I know who you are.


Government grant for Todd Tavern, Alice Plaza development
You are joking, of course.


Former Anzac Hill High School: time to take stock
Fear not Alex, history will record who demolished our once vibrant town CBD, ended all new privately funded CBD commercial tourism developments and are still today trying their best to escape with some form of tangible value to what they themselves are to blame for.
Other historians have a record of all associated names who are solely to blame for Alice as she is today, and will be for another entire generation.
Cheers.


Gallery fiasco: school heritage process ‘massively flawed’
Just noticed your response to my comment, Mr Steve Brown.
Dairy farmers and electricians from outside of the CBD limits obviously have no idea at all of what it takes to design, construct, fund, and operate any successful CBD commercial or tourism entity in Alice Springs.
The four that my family have since 1967 are still fully operational today, and return the current owners a nice return on their respective capital investment.
Mind telling Alice Springs what you have ever done since your venue at White Gums closed its doors?
P.s.: When I get hold of Mr Alex Nelson, I am quite sure he will have a nice resolution for both Mr Gunner and Mr Ryan for the continued vibrance of the new Anzac Hill High School restoration and redevelopment, at no cost to either party that will bring brilliant vibrance back to the top end of town. Cheers.


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