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In Sawtell NSW on “Subdivision-Non Strata - 57...” at Sawtel Road Tormina NSW 2452:

Effie vouris commented

Dear Council of Coffs Harbour,

I moved here 2.5 years ago because of all the forest and wildlife in this area, it is very sad that a lot of land in the past has been cleared for cows and grazing but was happy there were still some forests left near by.

I am on De Castlella dve Boambee East, when used to come out of my front yard I used to look onto a beautiful lush forest on Lions road... now I look into a whole lot of houses.

I was here when the clearing happened on this land and it was devastating to see the animals running on to the street and having no where to go..
A lot hit by cars.. It was a very painful site and horrible experience and would not wish it upon anyone to loose their homes like this.

Now I find out there is more clearing to be done in Sawtell not far from me at DA number 0818/18DA

This is a disgrace at this day and age
Australia has already lost so much native land in such a short amount of time
Where are these pour creatures supposed to go for you to make a $
what is there going to be left for the future generation when you are taking all its wildlife and forests down so quickly..

please reconsider, we need out environment safe and our koalas happy in the very little they have left.. we all want a future left for our children to see..
Please don't take away their future, rather protect it.

When the last tree will be gone, its true...you will not eat or breath money
please reconsider.

kind regards Effie Vouris

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