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Mar 162013

The following post was submitted by a site visitor through the ‘letter to the community’ form. We welcome you to submit your own post or respond to this one at the end of their post.

Hello Carindale community! I am so pleased to see active members in our community contributing towards improvement & joyous events within Carindale – and outwards.

My name is Katarina and I live in the local area, in my route to get out of the suburbs and to a main road it is about a 1 minute drive, within this route I come across three large potholes which have been active for the last 6 months, I have written in to the local member & have photographed their sizes & exact location, however, nothing has been done about these.

You can understand that this problem does cause an upset in our community, as the potholes do great damages to our motor vehicles – and could go as far as causing an accident.

As an avid vocalist for our community I believe some action needs to be done about this issue before somebody gets badly injured.

Thank you again for creating this fabulous community website & I look forward to your reply.

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  One Response to “Potholes”

  1. Thanks very much for posting this Katarina.
    Just wondering, did you use this form to submit your concern re the potholes?
    If not, which local member you submitted it to?

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