Jetty's future a real issue

THE Coffs Harbour Jetty Foreshores, the jewel in the crown of our city, has the ability to stir passions like no other local issue.

Our pre-election survey on how you want this popular precinct to look in the future revealed resounding support for development.

Full details about what you think is hot and what's not at the Jetty will be published tomorrow.

The candidates for the seat of Coffs Harbour have also delivered their verdict on the fore- shores, with some surprising results.

They've considered a range of possibilities for the Jetty, from the re-development of the foreshores to the thinning of vegetation to provide harbour views and tourist accommodation.

These results provide a framework to finally progress a united vision for the long overdue refurbishment of our waterfront.

In tomorrow's Advocate we'll reveal our candidates' perspectives on what should be in and out at the Jetty.



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