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GAWLER Council is cleaning up the
town's image, issuing notices to the own-
ers of 122 'unsightly' properties in the
The notices warn the owners that if they do
not take steps towards cleaning up their prop-
erties, they risk being fined.
Council chief executive Henry Inat said
the move was to clean up properties which
painted a negative image of the town.
"Council has received many complaints
from citizens about unsightly premises lower-
ing property prices and the amenity of various
neighbourhoods," he said.
"With some properties the matter is a health
hazard attracting rats and mice, and other
properties can be a fire hazard."
The owners of about half of the properties
that were issued notices have taken steps to
clean up their yards, with council to take action
on a case-by-case basis against the owners who
continue to ignore requests to tidy things up.
A fine can apply for a premises being un-
sightly, a fire hazard, unhygienic or if land is
being used illegally as a junk yard.
Fines of up to $120,000 for an individual
can be imposed by the Environment, Resourc-
es and Development Court in the instance of
an illegal land use.
Mr Inat said he understood some owners
may be unable to clean up their properties.
"We are discussing options to work with the
community and service clubs to explore ways
in which we can assist those who simply are
not financially or physically able to clean up
their properties," he said.
"We are working with some key property
owners who have cleaned up their proper-
Targeted sites have been prioritised based
on their prominence on key roads around
Property owners who refuse to clean up their
act risked having legal action taken against
them, according to Mr Inat.
Council could not reveal the exact locations
of the properties to The Bunyip as a matter of
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Leters to the Editor – pages 8 & 11
TOP SHOW: Fine weather greeted the Gawler Show over
the weekend and the crowds ocked to the big event,
embracing the sunny conditions and enjoying all that
was on o er. Again the Saturday night reworks display
was the highlight of the two-day event.
-- Three-page Gawler Show feature on pages 11 to 13
Council has received many
complaints from citizens about
unsightly premises lowering property
prices and the amenity of various
Unsightly properties targeted
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