The Central Coast is at a crossroads.
We have a coal seam gas exploration license over our water catchment, the Government still seems determined to approve the Wallarah 2 coal mine, and the planning system is failing to protect our communities.
Do you want the NSW government to do more to protect our land, water and environment?
Now’s your chance to have a say at community forums on Wednesday March 4 in Woy Woy and on Wednesday March 11 in Berkeley Vale: RSVP here.
Come along to ask local political candidates what they will do to ensure our drinking water catchment is protected and our communities are kept free of coal seam gas. This is our chance to ask the hard questions – and so we can hold our representatives to account after the election.
In the wake of corruption inquiries, the Central Coast has been abandoned by our state politicians. These forums are our chance to tell our next generation of representatives what they need to do to protect our land, water and environment.
They need to see just how many people in the Central Coast are concerned. Can you help put all Central Coast political candidates on notice? RSVP now.
Wednesday 4th March
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Brisbane Water Secondary College
Edward St, Woy Woy.
Wednesday 11th March
7:00 – 8:30pm
Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College
Berkeley Vale Rd, Berkeley Vale.
Will our aspiring representatives stand with the community and defend our environment from inappropriate mining and development? Come along and find out.
Hope to see you there,