CSG signs of the times coming to Lismore roads

IN CASE anyone was still unclear what people in Lismore think of coal seam gas, Lismore Council will be installing eight signs on all the major roads into town and one at the airport, saying "87% voted NO to CSG" - a reference to the result of the poll question at the last election.

The signs (pictured above) will cost between $1200-1500 and should be installed in the next two months.

A motion to erect the signs was put forward by Cr Simon Clough at a meeting last December (approved 9/2 with Crs Bennett and Scheibel opposed) and the final design for the bright yellow and black signs was approved by the council last week.

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