In our letters to the editor this week, a councillor shares his campaign ambitions, there’s a thanks for supporting the Change Music Festival and a mayoral candidate discusses the effects decision-making regarding South Australia’s defence industry will have on Gawler.
This week’s letter writers focus on the Emergency Services Levy, advice for shop assistants and the importance of voting in the upcoming local government elections.
This week’s letters to the editor bring a thank you, concerns over the emergency services levy and acknowledgement of some good service.
In this week’s letters to the editor, there’s an apology and an acknowledgement of the same, a response to concerns about local waste disposal and Sean Carmody makes a return with one of his ‘Five parts’ letters.
This week’s letters to the editor discuss refugee policy, the Gawler South war memorial and Gawler Council’s traffic management plan.
This week’s letters see a local tee off at the decision to keep the Gawler South war memorial in its current position, advice on avoiding being swooped by a maggie and discussion over council’s transport management plan.
Another big week of letters from our readers, featuring thoughts on council’s surplus, coverage of James Lawton’s football suspension and a response to a previous letter about cycling.
This week’s bumper crop of letters to the editor features a response to last week’s arts criticism, concerns about an old church being turned into a bottle shop and a Federal Senator’s thoughts on Adelaide Plains production.