Mayor Liz Innes, in an interview with Simon Lauder of ABC South East, voiced her frustration over the delays in the State Government review of the Eurobodalla Rural Lands Strategy. With the promise made by then Planning Minister Roberts that signing off of the Strategy would be one of the first tasks of the re-elected NSW Liberal Government the mayor advised the ABC that unfortunately there was a change in that minister and the new planning minister, Rob Stokes, "has had to get up to speed" and that he "has had to take into consideration some of the concerns raised by "in particular local conservation groups down here". No doubt Planning Minister Stokes will also be in discussion and seeking more information around the submissions of concern that six of his own State Agencies including the RFS and Office of Environment and Heritage made along with the submissions made by representatives of a well represented collective of local oyster farmers.
Eurobodalla Mayor Liz Innes speaks with Simon Lauder of ABC South East Radio
July 3rd, 2019
Recorded under Fair Dealing All copy right remains with ABC