Opinion: Letters to the editor

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Council says ‘enough’

GREAT to see our councillors coming together to work to get the state to listen to what is an immediate requirement for safety.

- V. Sawyer, via Facebook

ONCE again our council chooses to ignore the looming inland rail and coal trains through west and country Logan. If they attack the state government on roads and infrastructure then why not the state government decision to divert coal trains to our line. And where is the environmental impact statement on the inland rail that the council promised us?

- L. Robinson, via Facebook

IT’S politics and talking is what they do.

- G. Pilcher, via Facebook

Raymond and Edna Lomax

CONGRATULATIONS Mr and Mrs Lomax from everyone at Chempro D&N Chemist.

- M. Bundy, via Facebook

HAPPY anniversary from all of us at JJFP.

- P. Elliott, via Facebook

HAPPY 60th wedding anniversary to you both.

- J. Newman, via Facebook

CONGRATULATIONS on 60 years together.

- S. Hansen, via Facebook

CONGRATULATIONS, you two.

- N. Coulson, via Facebook

Transport survey no good

I COMPLETED this survey – don't bother, as it was a waste of time. Comments allowed at the end were limited to 25 words. No way that is enough to list all of the issues with the transport situation in Logan.

- T. Bramley, via Facebook

Thank you, KFC patrons

I WISH to thank the patrons from Kentucky Fried Chicken, Jimboomba who came to my aid when I had a fall there on the evening of Friday, October 27 and a special thanks to the nurse who convinced me to go to the hospital.

- R. Lamerton, Warwick

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