The Central Coast is to benefit from a NSW Government grant of $26.8M (Chronicle p5 Mar 31) of which only $1.3M is to be shared between Hamlyn Terrace and a Chain Valley Rd intersection.
By far the biggest amount, 95 percent, will again and as usual, go to the former Gosford local government area.
It is strange how it is always the former Wyong Shire area that pays the most and receives the least, if it gets anything at all.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
The Administrator and other government “servants” believe that there is no public groundswell for a de-amalgamation.
Get out of your ratepayer funded luxury and ask the real people, the battlers, the strugglers, the fleeced, the ones who didn’t want it in the first place.
At the next State election, the voters of Wyong should give the Liberal candidate the same amount of consideration as its Party is giving us.
Email, Mar 31
Allan Wright, Hamlyn Terrace