WORKS have officially begun on the long-awaited Gawler East link road (GELR) project, with the ceremonial turning of the first sod occurring on Friday.
NEWLY re-elected Gawler councillor Jim Vallelonga has slammed council’s flagship Gawler Civic Centre redevelopment, claiming the budget blowout for the project will be “astronomical” and a “liability” for years to come.
TRAFFIC analysis shows the Coleman Parade/Potts Road intersection adequately meets traffic service level requirements associated with the planned Gawler East link road (GELR) upgrades, according to Gawler Council.
A PARLIAMENTARY committee has heard evidence that Gawler Council “failed to go into bat” for residents seeking improvements to the intersection of Coleman Parade and Potts Road, according to Member for Light Tony Piccolo.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman says recent comments made by former State Transport and Infrastructure Minister Stephen Mullighan over her council’s handling of the Gawler East link road (GELR) project are “disappointing”.
RESIDENTS of Coleman Parade, Ames Drive and surrounding areas have been left out from a “sweetheart deal” between the Gawler Council and the Marshall Liberal Government, according to Member for Light Tony Piccolo.
INCUMBENT Gawler Councillor Robin ‘Nobby’ Symes says he has been unwavering in his stance on the controversial Gawler East link road (GELR) during his time as an elected member, and is determined to see the project through to its completion.
FORMER State Transport and Infrastructure Minister Stephen Mullighan has delivered a scathing assessment of Gawler Mayor Karen Redman and her council for its handling of the yet to be completed Gawler East link road (GELR) project.