“I want my kids to grow up in a place where they are part of a vibrant community.” The Greens will ensure Council’s support of local events and make it easier for community groups to gather in public places.
A special meeting of the Blue Mountains Greens took place yesterday evening to consider the group’s response to the EIS on the airport that was released two weeks ago. The short notice for the meeting meant that the numbers attending were small. However, everyone who attended found the meeting positive, constructive and morale boosting. We were privileged to hear from Senator Lee Rhiannon as well as from the BMG Lower Mountains spokesperson, Joel MacRae, and the coordinator of our campaign against the airport Bob Treasure.
10 points of interest to be made at last night’s meeting were: Continue reading