The Beagle Editor,
Recently there’s been discussion about public toilets, the Albert Ryan Park ones in particular. For some years Council - particularly staff have been proposing toilet block rationalisations as well as with other community owned assets. The odd thing is when the shires population was less, smaller there were more public toilet facilities or public assets.
With increasing visitor and population numbers you’d think more would be required wouldn’t you. How do the economic rationalists in the area justify their opinions when the tourist and resident populations are increasing and it’s an ageing population. Even the economic rationalists of the area must start realising they too will get older and become more dependant on public assets and other public in fractures.