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In South Hurstville NSW on “Demolition of existing...” at 849 King Georges Rd South Hurstville, NSW:

Jim Green commented

I strongly object to the worship located in this area. The reasons are following:

People feel huge panic by hearing the establishment of worship in this area, because most of them does't belong to that specific group, and we have free right to guarantee our local community safety.

This area has become multi-cultural and more diverse and commercialized by the settlement of more clever, friendly and business-focusing people. There is high likelihood that the worship can suspend the positive development tendency and local social commercial activities.

Residents living here prefer quiet living style and light weight traffic load. If the worship is constructed and opened to specific group, it definitely causes large traffic and community security issues in local region.

Most people tend to do business and live peacefully near Hurstville, and it continuously facilitates more commercialization level and community development. The worship in this area definitely would exclude people with no or mild religious belief from local community, causing the loss of mainstream culture and tradition, the demotion of local intellectuals and more occurrence rate of poverty and jobless.

To build stronger, wealthier, multi-cultural-friendly Australia, I strongly disagree that the worship establishment will be implemented in this area.

I expect local authority to take our suggestions very carefully.
Don't make any more mistakes, because most consequences caused by this are inreversible.

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