Fraser wants more signs

BONVILLE businesses and Member for Coffs Harbour Andrew Fraser have teamed up in a bid to have proper tourist signage erected along the new Bonville Bypass.

Mr Fraser met with concerned local business owners on Saturday to discuss a plan in tackling the issue.

“It went really well. We're going to go as a united group to the RTA,” Mr Fraser said.

“Number one, we want to make sure there's proper signage for Bonville itself. Secondly, we want signage for Bonville business on Pine Creek Way - singles if nothing else,” he said.

“The thing about the sign erected on the highway last week only had half of the attractions on it. We just want equity - signs and symbols on the Pacific Highway to ensure these businesses aren't disadvantaged.”

He said the lack of signage has already shown the businesses have been affected.

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