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Zadoc Street recycling: comments time extended

ARISING from The Echo's front page story last week, Council has extended the period of notification for the proposed Zadoc Street recycling drop-off depot develop- ment application for a further fortnight.

The recycling centre is proposed to be moved from its present site on Brewster St, where there are plans to create water filtration pants for Browns Creek.

The extension was granted following requests from the public - one from resident Bruce Saltmarsh, questioning why a depot was needed when Lismore has kerbside recyling, and one from an out-of- town reader who does not have that service.

The expiry date for public comment is now February 8, 2013.


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