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GAWLER, Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Link road: No easy route
INVESTIGATING alternative routes for
the long-awaited Gawler East link road
by council is contributing to the project's
delay, Member for Light Tony Piccolo has
The State Government completed a plan-
ning study last year for a bypass between
Gawler East and Potts Road in Evanston
Park, however the plan has come under fire
with claims that a link to Potts Road would
exacerbate traffic congestion on Adelaide
Following the release of the government's
study, Gawler Council unveiled its draft trans-
port and management plan last November,
which suggests connecting the bypass further
south to Tiver Road "to improve north/south
"Part of the problem that it's been delayed,
is that council went off and did its own study
about some alternative routes, so that sort of
clouded the whole issue," Mr Piccolo said.
"My understanding is those alternative
routes are just not financially viable for any-
Mr Piccolo said he did not believe council
was deliberately trying to stall the project "but
what they're doing is actually making it less
He said council was also yet to sign the
transport infrastructure agreement, currently
Mr Piccolo admitted that "later down the
track" an extension of the road could be re-
quired, but the proposed route would cater for
Gawler's traffic volumes in the near future.
However, council was not alone in investi-
gating further route options.
Continued page 4
MORE than 700 properties in Gawler have
been deemed bushfire hazards, with their yards
containing dangerous flammable materials that
are putting their neighbours at risk.
Gawler Council has issued clean-up notices to the
property owners following a comprehensive inspec-
tion of the 9000 homes in the area.
Property owners were ordered to clean up and
make their property safe within 14 days of receiving
the notice, or risk a $315 expiation fee.
Council chief executive Henry Inat said staff had
made properties deemed to be fire hazards a major fo-
cus over the past month in response to the early start
to the fire season and unseasonable weather.
"The extremes in weather changes is an issue that
is forcing council to revisit and adjust our daily and
seasonal operations," he said.
Continued page 4
Abandoned trolleys a wheel issue -- page 3
Julia Mannix stands in front of a trolley which has been left dumped outside the Gawler Police Station for the past two weeks.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
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