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Save Broulee’s Remnant Bush - Public meeting March 28th at Broulee School


Save Broulee’s Remnant Bush have posted a video


PUBLIC MEETING: BROULEE March 28th The Broulee community are holding a public meeting this coming Wednesday to discuss what they can do to save Broulee's last remaining piece of Bangalay Sand Forest. A community spokesperson told The Beagle "The Broulee community are disgusted by the recent removal of 7000m2 of bushland that was earmarked as natural reserve in the new subdivision. Now Eurobodalla Council has its eyes on the last remaining piece of Bangalay Sand forest in the village. We wish we could trust them but we don't". Here are 4 things they would like you to do: a. Write to the Council: mayor@esc.nsw.gov.au and express your concern. b. Attend their public meeting at 7.00pm on 28 March at the Broulee Public school, c. Write to the local member, Andrew Constance. bega@parliament.nsw.gov.au d. Share this article and video "This is literally, the last piece of untouched Bangalay sand forest within Broulee." "Do nothing, and it will be gone. Your support is needed"

For more information read the following article prepared by the Broulee Community Association https://www.beagleweekly.com.au/single-post/2018/02/21/Broulee---have-your-say-or-loose-your-trees


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