New President says ANZAC trees to stay on shire hit list

A COUNCIL decision to axe two tall trees at Toodyay’s ANZAC Memorial Park will stay on the books, says new Toodyay Shire President Brian Rayner.

President Rayner, who was abused by protesters at the site two years ago, told this month’s annual electors’ meeting that the council’s 2016 decision to cut down the two lemon-scented gums would not be rescinded.

 

August 2016 Flashback – the RSL’s Bruce Guthrie with two Anzac trees facing the axe.

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