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Middleton Beach Group have expressed concerns that with the current situation at Ellen Cove, after removal of sand to Emu Point, that there is no sand for the poppies project. We certainly hope that the City of Albany addresses the situation very soon.

The photos below were taken on Friday afternoon, May 16th, after some “restoration” work had been undertaken.Ellen Cove  16th May 2014

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  1. 19/05/2014 7:21 am

    How come we haven’t seen a photo of the Mayor standing there inspeciting the damage?

  2. 19/05/2014 7:12 am

    The problem that the residents of Albany have is that we have a council who seem to be totally incapable of thinking things through before they act. In the past when I have spoken toi them about doing a regular “weed clearing” on Middleton Beach they have always come back with thee fact that they can’t afford to do it more than twice a year. But a “hair brain” scheme they have managed to find the funds for … would be interesting to have them make public, the cost of this exercise. Why not spend something on jacking up the old Esplenade Site instead. They created the problem in Emu Point for the very same reason they have done so now at Middleton Beach … NO CLEAR THINKING!

    Those who come from Africa understand because it happens all the time over there. Whole countries are wrecked. Everytime the exclamation; Ah, Mustek!

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