The ark in Lismore. Photo Cathy Adams / The Northern Star
The ark in Lismore. Photo Cathy Adams / The Northern Star Cathy Adams

LETTER: Invisible paint would do the trick

WITH the money you spent you could have put lights on that terrible crossing in Woodlark Street instead of the “BOAT” which is an eyesore.

If Noah had built a boat like that, God help all the animals.

Narelle Campbell said she loved the district even the potholes.

Apparently she dosesn’t travel the Dunoon Road up the Dunoon cutting and from Pirlos before the Channon turn off.

Then from there past the nut factory is shocking.

The Lismore City Council should be ashamed of the state of this part of the road.

Some of the money could have (done) so much good on the road.

As for the colour of the base of the boat, I do agree with Carlo Pesan, INVISIBLE paint would do the trick.

Frances Sheehan



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