True Blue lives on

IN RESPONSE to Margot Watkins’ letter in the February Herald; your sculpture (True Blue) lives in my lounge room.

Unfortunately, the model of Bruce Cleasby has not survived my pets, but the rest lives on.

I will be putting it into the Toodyay Buy and Sell shortly.

Helen Spry, Toodyay

No numbers on Devil’s Dice

WHEN I was very young, story books had tales about witches and devils; very evil people who could harm you.

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Ron Waters, Toodyay

Let’s flag Noongar heritage

TO TOODYAY Shire Chief Executive Officer, Stan Scott, and members of the Toodyay Shire Council

My name is Nicole Coleman and I, along with my family, have recently relocated to your shire after spending a number of years travelling through and living in many other regional areas of Australia.

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Nicole Coleman, Toodyay

Coach in addition to rail

THE RECENT public transport survey did not propose to replace the AvonLink service.

It was intended to obtain feedback about an additional service for commuters other than those using the AvonLink.

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Dr Monika Zechetmayr, Toodyay

Ed – See clarification


Di Granger snubbed

I ATTENDED last month’s Toodyay Shire Council meeting and was dismayed that there was no mention of former councillor Di Granger who resigned two weeks earlier after an email altercation with the CEO.

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Brian Foley, Dewars Pool

No postman but we still pay

I WONDER how many people out there agree with me that the most hypocritical, deceiving, cheating public body in this country is the Australia Post system.

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Ben Camenzuli, Toodyay

PS: May I congratulate the Herald for the good job it did reporting on the issues surrounding the shire’s planned new sports and recreation complex.

Good governance needed

I WOULD like to acknowledge my friend Di Granger for the high level of integrity shown during her time, albeit short, on council.

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Helen Shanks. Toodyay