Port Stephens residents concerned about the proposed Nelson Bay Road access of a Macka’s Sand and Soil quarry have identified the original Williamtown site as ideal for road safety.
Port Stephens residents concerned by modified access to a Macka’s Sand
and Soil quarry debated the safety of planned road modifications last
Port Councillor, Geoff Dingle presented information to the group on the history of the Stockton Bight Track, which has cost council about $500,000 in the process of acquiring and rescinding land in its vicinity.
Shadow Local Government Minister Sophie Cotsis, brought the resident’s attention to a man recording the meeting without consent, later revealed to be Macka’s director, Robert Mackenzie.
Nelson Bay residents says the hazard associated with increased traffic using the new site, warrants the modification be reconsidered.