ON TUESDAY, August 20, I was pleased to attend the public forum as the federal Greens candidate for Bass, put on by the newly formed community group, Tamar Sewage Solution.
I congratulate these residents for taking action on a matter that concerns us all, and one that has not been addressed by relevant authorities.
Long-time community campaigners for a clean Tamar River read out excerpts from The Examiner dating back 100 years, where it was stated that if residents had patience the matter would be addressed. I would say that 100 years of waiting goes beyond patience, and I support the unanimous call from the meeting for immediate action to stop all sewage entering the river.
I am also happy to repeat the commitment made by the Tasmanian Greens to advocate for funding for a cost-benefit analysis to be done immediately so that we can start lobbying for federal money to stop all sewage from entering the Tamar River.
– LUCY LANDON-LANE, federal Greens candidate for Bass.
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