Council Election

Statements in the last few days by Martin Parkinson,Secretary to the Treasury, and his predecessor Ken Henry tell us that we don’tpay enough taxes to fund the demands of the public. Both thesegentlemen point to the need for more and higher taxes.
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Letters in Courier August 22 issue show that at thebeginning of the new council’s entering into power its work will begoverned by doing what is possible, rather than by glamour. The outstandingissues like antimony mining, Seniors Housing at

Dorrigo and the Urunga flooding are at opposing endlocations in the Shire, This is an indication of the diversity and thecomplexity of our beautiful home. Someone on Wild Cattle Creek has differentneeds from others in Kalang or Gleniffer. Other than these issues we mustremember that Prime Minister Gillard still has on the table the Gonski Report,the National Disability Scheme, the Boat Refugees, theAfghanistan mess,and others. All money drains. Premier O’Farrell is on a worrying economy kickand the Federal; Opposition is signalling slashing and burning.

When I kill a chicken and examine the entrails the portentsdo not point to cakes and ale but to grim times ahead. Councillors, be cool, becalm, eat your greens There’s a bad moon rising.

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